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SAN 

FRANCISCO 

GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 

MEDICAL 
CENTER 

COLLECTION 


DOCUMENTS  DEPT. 

DEC  1  2  1979 

SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


A  Project  of  the  Art  Commission 
City  &  County  of  San  Francisco 


Benny  Bufano 


SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


REFERENCE 
BOOK 

Not  to  be  taken  from  the  Library 


Dedicated  to  the  People  of 
San  Francisco — 1978 


GEORGE  R.  MOSCONE 
Mayor  1976  —  1978 


I 


SAN 

FRANCISCO 


GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 

MEDICAL 
CENTER 

COLLECTION 


A  Project  of  the  Art  Commission, 
City  &  County  of  San  Francisco 


Copyright  1978,  Art  Commission,  City  &  County  of  San  Francisco. 


D  REF  708.1  Sa52s 

San  Francisco  (Calif,). 

Art  Commission. 
San  Francisco  General 

Hospital  Medical  Center 
C1978. 


3  1223  03550  4332 


ART  COMMISSION, 
CITY  AND  COUNTY  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 


George  R.  Moscone,  Mayor 

President 
Ray  Taliaferro 

Vice-President 
Alfred  Frankenstein 

Scott  Beach 

Blanche  Brown 

Larry  Cannon 

Patricia  Ann  Carlisle 

Richard  Felciano 

Evangeline  Montgomery 

Jacqueline  Nemerovski 

Domingo  Rivera 

Roselyne  Swig 

Dmitri  Vedensky,  Jr. 

EX-OFFICIO  MEMBERS 
Mayor  George  Moscone 
Walter  Newman 
President,  Fine  Arts  Museums 
Eugene  Friend 

President,  Rec.  &  Park  Dept. 
Maurice  Englander 
President,  Library  Comm. 
Toby  Rosenblatt 
President,  Planning  Comm. 

Martin  Snipper 
Director,  Cultural  Affairs 


V 


Preface 


We  are  pleased  to  note  that  the  City  of  San  Francisco  was  among  the  first  to  recognize 
art  as  an  environment  enhancing  factor.  Such  recognition  requires  more  than  platitudes 
and  artful  posings,  and  by  way  of  giving  concrete  form  to  this  consideration,  our  Mayor 
and  Board  of  Supervisors  set  aside  2%  for  Art  Enrichment  of  public  structures. 

Since  enacting  the  Ordinance  in  1967,  many  minor  buildings  were  the  beneficiaries 
of  the  legislation,  but  none  to  the  extent  of  our  new  San  Francisco  General  Hospital  Med- 
ical Center. 

The  Medical  Center  allocated  1320,000  for  art — which  represented  1%  of  the  cost 
of  construction.  The  amount,  however,  was  the  largest  thus  far  available  for  a  building 
and  permitted  an  expanded  and  inclusive  program  for  art  enrichment.  The  acquisitions 
run  the  full  range  of  artistic  media — paintings,  watercolors,  graphics,  sculpture,  mosaic, 
etc.,  and  the  artistic  expression  exhibits  the  same  gamut. 

No  one  walking  the  halls,  grounds,  offices  or  wards  of  the  Center  can  fail  to  be 
impressed  by  the  exhilerating  climate  created  by  these  many  works  of  art.  The  Center 
is  a  veritable  museum  of  Bay  Area  art  expression,  and  it  is  intended  that  the  patients,  those 
who  work  at  the  Center,  and  those  who  visit  shall  all  be  eased  by  these  works  of  art. 

We  owe  special  thanks  to  the  long  efforts  and  labors  of  our  Commissioners  involved 
in  the  project  and  to  Elio  Benvenuto,  our  Director  of  Visual  Arts  Programs. 


RAY  TALIAFERRO 

President,  Art  Commission , 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 


VII 


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Introduction 


One  of  the  internes  said  the  Art  Commission  had  made  San  Francisco  General  Hospital 
a  livable  place.  Elio  Benvenuto  and  I  were  looking  it  over.  I  was  growing  more  and  more 
astonished  at  the  vast  quantity  of  art  the  hospital  possesses — more  than  600  works  in  every 
conceivable  medium :  print,  painting,  sculpture,  photograph,  drawing,  collage — providing 
a  rich  anthology  of  all  the  art  movements  and  many  of  the  major  personalities  in  Bay  Region 
art  of  recent  years.  But  the  interne,  of  course,  was  right.  A  hospital  is  not  a  museum, 
and  the  function  of  art  therein  is  to  relieve  the  starkness  of  walls,  to  give  bed-ridden 
people  something  to  take  their  minds  elsewhere,  and  to  soothe  the  anxieties  of  those 
who  wait. 

What  was  it  President  Kennedy  said?  Don't  ask  what  the  government  can  do  for  you ; 
ask  what  you  can  do  for  the  government,  implying  thereby  what  you  can  do  for  us  all.  I 
have  always  felt  that  our  Art  Festival  placed  too  much  emphasis  on  the  city's  service 
to  the  artists,  but  the  hospital  program,  an  outgrowth  of  the  Art  Festival,  is  one  of  this 
country's  outstanding  examples  of  the  use  of  art  for  the  practical  enrichment  of  life. 

It  reflects  our  environment  and  the  numerous  different  environments  from  which 
our  vastly  diverse  population  has  come.  It  records  customs,  traditions,  folkways  from  all 
the  world,  as  does  the  city  of  San  Francisco  itself.  It  mirrors  and  it  heals.  It  restores  art 
to  its  ancient  functions  at  the  center  of  life.  There  are  few  achievements  in  which  the  Art 
Commission  and  the  city  as  a  whole  can  take  equal  pride. 


IX 


the  way  it  was  .  .  . 

By  Norman  J.  Sweet,  M.D. 

Professor  of  Medicine 

The  story  of  the  San  Francisco  General  Hospital 
must  begin  with  a  prologue  of  the  problems  of  health 
and  government  posed  by  the  rugged,  lusty  awaken- 
ing of  the  Western  Slope  and  of  San  Francisco  itself. 
The  quest  for  a  golden  fleece,  in  any  form  available, 
resulted  in  a  sudden,  massive  population  increase. 
Basic  requirements  for  an  organized  society  were 
barely  existent.  The  vast  majority  of  new  inhabitants 
were  young  and  vigorous  with  no  thought  of  illness, 
let  alone  a  hospital.  The  riches  they  acquired  rarely 
matched  their  dreams  and  when  sickness  took  its  toll 
they  had  nowhere  to  turn. 

Health  care  was  a  "strange  admixture  of  science  and 
shamaism,  of  'granny  medicine'  and  legitimate  phar- 
macology, of  trained  doctor  and  garrulous  quack." 
Cholera,  tuberculosis,  wasting  fevers,  violence,  dis- 
eases of  pleasure  and  plague  exacted  their  toll.  In 
1850,  a  coroner  was  appointed  and  the  first  mention 
of  a  health  officer  was  made  in  1851. 

First  County  Hospital  Opens  in  1854 

The  year  1849  brought  attempts  by  a  neophyte  City 
Council  to  establish  a  hospital  wherein  the  destitute 
could  receive  proper  care.  In  the  interim  the  Council 
twice  awarded  contracts  to  private  doctors  to  accom- 
plish the  task.  Both  ended  in  bitter  litigation.  In 
1854,  a  brick  school  building,  near  Stockton  and  Fran- 
cisco streets,  became  the  first  independent  City  Hos- 
pital. A  series  ofwooden  shacks  followed.  An  eminent 
physician  editorialized  it  as  "the  old  County  Hospital, 
which  packed  in,  fed,  lodged  and  purged  400  sick 
people  in  a  chicken  coop  occupying  a  137  square 
foot  area." 

In  1867,  a  large  almshouse  was  built  near  Lake 
Honda  (the  original  Laguna  Honda  Home) .  This  tem- 
porarily relieved  the  Hospital  of  its  overflowing 
boarders.  A  four-room  smallpox  hospital  was  opened 
on  the  almshouse  grounds,  operated  by  a  matron  and 
three  assistants,  who  were  quarantined  and  allowed 
leave  only  once  or  twice  a  month.  This  isolation  hospi- 
tal quickly  became  known  as  the  Pest  House. 

Temporary  Structures  on  Potrero  Avenue 

In  1868,  die  City  legislature  appropriated  $250,000 
for  a  General  Hospital.  Actual  construction  was  de- 
layed both  by  politicians  and  the  medical  men  of  the 
City.  A  Medical  Society  had  been  formed  to  set  up 
standards  and  to  organize  medical  facilities.  Four  dif- 
ferent groups  of  doctors  had  initiated  plans  for  med- 
ical schools.  All  were  interested  in  using  the  facilities 
of  the  planned  County  Hospital.  In  1872,  construc- 
tion had  been  completed  on  a  "temporary"  frame 


structure  at  the  present  Potrero  Avenue  location.  In- 
ternships were  introduced  to  the  Hospital  in  1884, 
when  six  University  of  California  graduates  were  of- 
fered the  honor  of  serving  a  year  for  room  and  board, 
but  no  pay. 

By  1890,  the  Health  Officer  "regretted  to  report" 
that  many  patients  admitted  to  the  Hospital  for  a 
variety  of  reasons  were  contracting  tuberculosis  while 
there.  In  1896,  he  officially  damned  it  as  "a  refuge  for 
every  known  disease,  saturated  with  filth,  a  place  to 
contract  diseases  rather  than  recover  from  them,  both 
for  patients  and  staff.' ' 

Prominent  volunteer  physicians  of  the  City  voiced 
their  anger  in  support  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Health,  setting  a  pattern  which  persists,  in  concept,  to 
this  day.  In  1891,  the  first  women  nurses  were  added 
to  the  staff  to  undertake  the  herculean  task  of  bringing 
some  sort  of  surgical  cleanliness  to  the  primitive  op- 
erating theatres. 

Dark  Days  and  a  New  Beginning 

Of  the  four  medical  schools  with  teaching  privileges 
at  the  Hospital  only  two  were  to  survive :  the  Univer- 
sity of  California  and  Stanford.  They  brought  a  rich 
medical  heritage  and  provided  a  source  of  well  trained 
physicians  for  the  City  as  a  whole. 

Although  the  turn  of  the  Century  was  a  dark  time  in 
the  City's  medical  history,  because  of  the  boom  in 
industry  and  agriculture  San  Francisco  harbored  the 
greatest  wealth  and  the  finest  cultutal  and  educational 
faciUties  in  California.  Time  was  closing  in  on  the 
notorious  Ruef  political  machine  which  had  domi- 
nated the  City  dishonestly  for  years.  The  days  of  the 
original  County  Hospital  (which  had  sur\ived  the 
1906  earthquake)  were  numbered.  Its  finale  occurred 
in  1908  when  the  second  epidemic  of  plague  was 
traced  to  rats  trapped  in  the  Hospital.  The  Hospital 
was  immediately  closed,  and  after  rapid  improvisa- 
tion, the  sickest  patients  were  moved  to  the  old  Ingle- 
side  Jockey  Club  race  track.  The  patients  were  bedded 
in  the  stalls  ;  operating  rooms  and  other  facilities  were 
set  up  in  the  grandstands. 

In  April  1908,  gasoline  was  poured  over  the  old 
buildings  on  Potrero  Avenue  and  they  were  burned 
to  the  ground. 

In  1909,  the  cornerstone  was  laid  for  a  new  Count>- 
Hospital,  dedicated  in  1915.  The  beautiful  red  brick 
buildings  housed  one  of  the  most  modern  hospitals  in 
the  country,  gave  the  medical  staff  the  opportunit>-  to 
do  excellent  work,  and  attracted  outstanding  physi- 
cians and  housestaff . 

In  1920,  the  psychiatric  division  was  erected  adjoin- 
ing the  Hospital  and  in  1928.  a  fifth  floorwas  added  to 
the  Hospital  along  with  a  new  tuberculosis  division. 
By  1930,  the  Hospital  had  a  volunteer  physician  staff 
of  150,  a  faculty  staff  from  UC  and  Stanford,  and  a 
housestaff  of  70  carefully  selected  young  ph^-sicians. 


XI 


An  $11,000,000  Bond  Issue  approved  by  the  voters 
in  1954  provided  needed  renovations  at  San  Francisco 
General  and  Laguna  Honda  hospitals. 

Forging  the  UC-City  Contract 

By  the  mid-forties  another  major  crisis  was  simmer- 
ing for  the  newly  named  San  Francisco  General  Hospi- 
tal. Tremendous  advances  in  scientific  medicine  had 
left  the  Hospital  in  the  backwash  in  terms  of  methods, 
equipment  and  personnel.  The  intern  class  of  1955 
defined  this  state  of  affairs  in  a  memorable  white 
paper.  A  collaborative  effort  between  the  City  and 
County  government  and  the  two  universities  was 
begun,  and  this  ultimately  led  to  the  signing  of  a 
formal  contract  between  UC  and  the  City,  in  1959- 

In  1958,  the  President  of  Stanford  had  announced 
the  plan  to  transfer  Stanford  Medical  School  to  Palo 
Alto,  thus  ending  a  proud  era  in  San  Francisco.  But 
with  the  assurance  of  the  contract  defining  the  respon- 
sibilities and  privileges  of  the  City  and  the  University 
of  California,  the  gap  was  quickly  closed. 

The  UC  medical  staff  at  the  Hospital  increased  to 
120  full-time  faculty  members  together  with  a  dedi- 
cated volunteer  faculty  of  469  ■ 

The  Hospital's  house  staff  training  program  con- 
tinued to  attract  some  of  the  best  qualified  applicants 


in  the  United  States.  The  role  of  the  Hospital  changed 
from  that  of  a  chronic  care  facility  to  an  acute  care 
institution,  acclaimed  for  the  excellence  of  its  medical 
and  surgical  services,  for  pioneering  University-sup- 
ported research,  and  for  an  innovative  Division  of 
Outpatient  and  Community  Services,  increasingly 
attuned  to  urban  health  care  needs. 

Over  the  years,  capable  and  dedicated  physicians 
have  worked  hand  in  hand  with  great  men  in  Public 
Health  in  the  struggle  for  a  common  goal.  Together 
they  nurtured  the  intangible  syndrome  known  as  "the 
San  Francisco  County  spirit." 

This  spirit  glows  brightly  today  as  we  leave  the 
beloved  "pile  of  bricks"  and  enter  a  new  era  for  San 
Francisco  General  Hospital  .  .  .  "the  hospital  of  un- 
limited impossibilities  where  the  impossible  be- 
comes possible." 


(Originally  published  in  the  July,  1976,  Commemorative 
Issue  of  SFGH  News.  The  Author  expresses  his  apprecia- 
tion to  Jack  Irvine,  M.D.,  whose  professionally  researched 
"Brief  History  of  the  San  Francisco  General  Hospital"  pro- 
vided both  data  and  inspiration  for  this  article.) 


XII 


The  Architectural  Design 

of  San  Francisco  Medical  Center 

In  designing  the  new  Medical  Center  for  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francicso,  the  Architects  set  as  their 
conscious  goal  the  creation  of  the  most  humane  and 
pleasant  environment  possible  for  patients,  their  fam- 
ilies and  friends,  and  medical  and  support  staff  work- 
ing within  the  building.  An  efficient  and  economic 
design,  responsive  to  future  growth  and  change,  was, 
of  course,  a  primary  requirement.  But  the  emotional 
and  psychological  needs  of  the  users,  although  more 
difficult  to  "specify,"  were  considered  of  equal  im- 
portance by  the  designers. 

Although  the  new  facility  is  a  very  large  structure, 
the  Architects  endeavored  to  reduce  its  visual  bulk  by 
keeping  the  height  as  low  as  possible  and  by  treating 
the  form,  not  as  a  monolith,  but  as  a  sculptural  expres- 
sion of  the  internal  functional  requirements  and 
human  needs.  A  low  profile  was  desired  both  to  pre- 
serve the  views  of  Potrero  Hill  dwellers  as  well  as  to 
enable  the  new  building  to  co-exist  comfortably  with 
the  older  buildings  which  will  remain  on  the  site. 
Because  of  the  manner  in  which  the  mass  is  shaped  and 
variations  in  the  design  of  sun-control  elements,  the 
building's  image  changes  in  subtle  ways  according  to 
the  season  and  time  of  day. 

The  Architects  and  their  landscape  design  con- 
sultants, Sasaki /Walker  Associates,  considered  it  to  be 
of  paramount  importance  that  the  new  building  take 
its  place  gracefully  in  the  essentially  residential  neigh- 
borhood around  it.  The  placement  of  the  building 
and  the  organization  of  vehicular  circulation  per- 
mitted the  development  of  a  landscaped  setting  which 
is  rare  for  urban  hospitals.  The  Medical  Center  thus 
presents  to  the  community  a  new  park  where  none 
existed  before. 

The  designers  sought  to  create  within  the  building  a 
sense  of  light  and  freshness  wherever  possible.  This  is 
achieved  by  providing  outlook  and  access  to  land- 
scaped courts  and  terraces  at  various  levels  and 
through  the  design  and  selection  of  finish  materials 
and  colors.  The  extensive  use  of  decorative  graphics 
and  other  works  of  art  throughout  contribute  much  to 
the  attempt  to  "de-institutionalize"  the  interior. 


Clark  A.  Davis,  AIA 

Stone,  Marraccini  and  Patterson 

Architects  and  Planners 

San  Francisco,  California 


XIII 


Gloria  Cozzo  Adams 

Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1923.  Studied:  University 
of  California  Extension  (with  Fred  Reichman);  self-taught. 
Awards :  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festi- 
val, 1971 ;  Purchase  Award,  Home  Savings  &  Loan  Associa- 
tion, Beverly  Hills  (in  conjunction  with  the  San  Francisco 
Annual  Arts  Festival),  1971 ;  First  Award,  Members'  Show, 
Sarasota,  Florida,  1973;  Best  of  Show,  Longboat  Key  Art 
Association,  Sarasota,  Florida,  1974;  Purchase  Award,  San 
Francisco  International  Airport  (under  San  Francisco  City  and 
County's  "2%  for  Art  Enrichment  Program"),  1977.  One- 
woman  exhibitions:  University  of  California,  San  Francisco 
(Moffitt  Hospital),  1969;  Bank  of  America  Center,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1973;  Wells  Fargo  Bank,  Main  Office,  San  Francisco, 
1974;  Art  League  of  Manatee  County,  Florida,  1975 ;  Sara- 
sota Theatre,  Florida,  1975.  Public  collections:  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco;  Arvida  Corporation,  Florida;  City 
of  Concord,  California;  Home  Savings  and  Loan  Association, 
Beverly  Hills.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


1.  Gloria  Cozzo  Adams;  THE  CITY,  1976;  acrylic atid ink,  30x  36' 

Location:  2-Con/erence  Room  I. 


Sister  Adele 


Born  Bedford,  Massachusetts,  1915.  Studied:  University  of 
Southern  California,  B.A.,  M.A. ;  University  of  California, 
Berkeley,  Ph.D.  Studied  photography  in  Carmel  with  Ansel 
Adams  and  Jerry  Uelsmann.  Selected  one-woman  exhibi- 
tions: II  Diaframma,  Milan,  Italy,  1974;  Villa  Schifanoia, 
Florence,  Italy,  1974;  Focus  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1975; 
California  Museum  of  Science  and  Industry,  Los  Angeles, 
1975 ;  San  Jose  Museum  of  Art,  1977 ;  Louis  Newman  Gal- 
leries, Bonaventure  Hotel,  Los  Angeles,  1977.  Selected 
group  exhibitions :  "First  Light"  (national  photography  com- 
petition), Humboldt  State  University,  Areata,  1975;  "Cur- 
rent Photographers,"  Comsky  Gallery,  Beverly  Hills,  1975 ; 
International  Juried  Exhibition,  Friends  of  Photography  Gal- 
lery, Carmel,  1975;  "All  Media  Art  Competition"  Assist- 
ance League  of  Houston,  Texas,  1976;  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1976.  Public 
collections:  BibliothequeNationale,  Paris,  France;  The  Oak- 
land Museum;  Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C. ; 
United  Aircraft,  Hartford,  Connecticut;  Crocker  National 
Bank,  San  Francisco;  ITEL,  Palo  Alto;  Harrah's,  Lake 
Tahoe,  California.  Resides  San  Rafael,  California.  Currently 
Artist-in-Residence  at  Dominican  College,  San  Rafael. 


I.  Sister  Adele;  INTRIGUE.  1973;  color  photomonuig*.  iy*xl9' 

Location:  2-Ca/eteria. 


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6.  William  Aiken;  MILTON  ST,  1977;  acrylic  on  canvas,  48 x  48 '! 
Location  :  2-AL 


William  Aiken 

Born  Pittsburg,  Pennsylvania,  1934.  Came  to  California  in 
1959.  Studied:  Carnegie- Mellon  University,  Pittsburg.  Se- 
lected awards:  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  I960,  1961,  1963;  Gold  Medal  of  Honor,  Tubac, 
Arizona,  1964,  1965;  Purchase  Award,  De  Saisset  Art  Gal- 
lery, University  of  Santa  Clara,  1967.  Three- man  exhibition: 
San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asun- 
der," 1978.  Group  exhibitions :  "Paintings  U.S.A.,"  Museum 
of  Modern  Art,  New  York,  1962;  Annual  Painting  Exhibi- 
tion, New  Mexico  Art  League,  1974;  "Mainstreams 
U.S.A.,"  Marietta  College,  Ohio,  1971,  1972,  1974;  An- 
nual Small  Drawing  and  Sculpture  Exhibition,  Ball  State  Uni- 
versity, Muncie,  Indiana,  1975;  Annual  Exhibition,  Allied 
Artists  of  America,  New  York,  1974;  Annual  Exhibition, 
Butlerlnstituteof  American  Art,  1974,  1975;  19th  Annual 
Sun  Carnival  Exhibition,  El  Paso  Museum  of  Art,  Texas, 
1976.  Public  collections  include:  Carnegie-Mellon  Univer- 
sity, Pittsburg;  University  of  Santa  Clara;  Kaiser  Steel  Corpo- 
ration, Oakland;  Shacklee  Corporation,  Emeryville;  Amer- 
ican Broadcasting  Company,  Washington,  D.C. ;  Three  Em- 
barcadero  Center.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


7.  john  Almond,  HOUSE  AND  TANK,  1976;  watercolor,  26Vix  18Vi '.' 
Location :  Main  Lobby. 


John  Almond 

Born Harpenden,  Herts.,  England,  1939.  Came  to  California 
in  1948.  Studied:  San  Jose  State  University,  B.A.,  1962;  San 
Francisco  State  University,  M.A.,  1968.  Awards:  Award  of 
Merit,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1970.  One-man 
exhibitions:  Unicorn  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  Graphics 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  San  Jose  State  University, 
1971 ;  Xergo  Gallery,  Oakland,  1974.  Group  exhibitions  in- 
clude: Unicorn  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1968-1971;  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1968-1977;  "Five  New  Paint- 
ers" and  "West  Coast  Skyscapes,"  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1969;  National  Drawing  Exhibition, 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1970;  "Acid  Painters  of  San 
Francisco,"  Richmond  Art  Center,  1970;  "Looking  West 
1970,"  Joslyn  Art  Museum,  Omaha;  "Saturnalia ,"  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1970; 
San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Centennial  Exhibition,  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1971;  "Poetic  Fantasy,"  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1971 ;  The  Oakland  Museum,  1971 ;  "Un- 
usual Objects,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery, 
"Capricorn  Asunder,"  1972 ;  "Imaginary  Painting  from  San 
Francisco,"  Union  Gallery,  San  Jose  State  University,  1973 ; 
"Rainbow  Show,"  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor, 
San  Francisco,  1975.  Public  collections  include:  The  Oak- 
land Museum.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 

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Lawrence  Andrews 

Born  Trinidad,  West  Indies,  1949.  Came  to  California  in 
1973.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute  (Ansel  Adams 
Workshop),  B.F.A.  Awards:  Group  Merit  Award  (San  Fran- 
cisco Urban  Environmentalists),  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1976.  Group  exhibitions:  Annual  San  Francisco 
Arts  Festival,  1976;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  "1st 
Annual  3rd  World  Arts  Festival,"  Sonoma  State  CoUege, 
1976.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Ruth  Asawa 


Born  Norwalk,  California,  1926.  Studied:  Black  Mountain 
College,  North  Carolina,  1946-1949.  Awards  include:  Fel- 
lowship Award,  Tamarind  Lithography  Workshop,  1965; 
Artist-in-Residence  Grant,  San  Francisco  Foundation,  1973- 
1974;  Fine  Arts  Gold  Medal,  American  Institute  of  Archi- 
tecture, 1974;  Honorary  Doctorate  Degree,  California  Col- 
lege of  Arts  and  Crafts,  1974.  Selected  appointments:  San 
Francisco  Art  Commission,  1968-1976;  RISE  Commission 
(Reform  Intermediate  &  Secondary  Education),  California 
Department  of  Education,  1974;  Artists  in  Schools  Panel, 
National  Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1974;  Alternative  in  Ed- 
ucation Panel,  National  Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1976;  Task 
Force  on  Education,  Training  and  Development  of  Profes- 
sional Artists  and  Arts  Educators,  National  Endowment  for 
the  Arts,  1977-1978;  Task  Panel  on  the  Role  of  die  Arts  in 
Therapy  and  Environment,  President's  Commission  on 
Mental  Health,  1977-1978.  Selected  one-woman  exhibi- 
tions: Design  Research,  Cambridge,  Massachusetts,  1953; 
Peridot  Gallery,  New  York,  1954,  1956,  1958;  M.H.  de 
Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco,  I960;  Pasadena 
Museum  of  Art  (now,  Norton  Simon  Museum  of  Art  at  Pasa- 
dena), 1965;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1973;  Baxter 
Gallery,  California  Institute  of  Technology,  Pasadena,  1973; 
San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asun- 
der," 1976.  Two-person  exhibition:  Fresno  Arts  Center, 
1978.  Selected  public  commissions :  fountain,  Fox  Plaza,  San 
Francisco,  1965;  fountain,  Ghirardelli  Square,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1966 ;  sculpture  for  Civic  Plaza  pool.  City  of  Phoenix, 
Arizona,  1971 ;  cast  bronze  fountain,  Hyatt  at  Union 
Square,  San  Francisco,  1970;  cast  bronze  sculpture,  E.J.  de 
Bartolo  Corporation,  Mission  Viejo  Mall,  California,  1978. 
Public  collections:  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York; 
Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York;  The  Oak- 
land Museum;  Williams  College,  Massachusetts;  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Lawrence  Andrews,  OLD  WOMAN,  1976;  black  and  white  photograph ; 
19^ 14^/2  ".  Location:  2-Cafeteria. 


9.  Ruth  Asawa,  UNTITLED  TIED  WIRE  SCULPTURE,  1965;  copper  and 
bronze,  32x  30x  10".  Location:  l-Emergerwy  Waiting  Room. 


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Dennis  Beall 


Born  Chickasha,  Oklahoma,  1929.  Came  to  California  in 
1953.  Studied:  San  Francisco  State  Universtiy,  B.A.,  M.A., 
1958.  Curator,  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts, 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1958-1965.  Recipient  of  numerous  honors,  purchase  prizes 
and  commissioned  print  editions.  First  one-man  exhibition  at 
EastAVest  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1957.  Since  1957,  work 
has  been  shown  in  over  one  hundred  and  ninety  competitive 
and  invitational  group  exhibitions  nationally  and  interna- 
tionally, and  over  twenty-five  one-man  exhibitions.  Selected 
public  collections  include:  Library  of  Congress,  Washington, 
D.C. ;  Victoria  and  Albert  Museum,  London;  The  Oakland 
Museum;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Achen- 
bach Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco ;  City  and  County  of  San  Fran- 
cisco; Philadelphia  Museum;  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New 
York;  United  States  Embassy  Collections  (including  Tokyo, 
London) ;  United  States  Information  Agency  Collection  (tour- 
ing exhibitions);  numerous  University  and  College  collec- 
tions. Resides  Sausalito,  CaHfornia.  Currently  Professor  of 
Art,  San  Francisco  State  University. 


10.  Dennis  Beall:  ARS  MEDICUS,  1974;  etching  and  silkscreen  (ed.  20), 
22-1/8  X  22".  Location:  land  throughout  Medical  Center. 


11.  Bruce  Beasley:  UNTITLED.  1978:  cast  acrylic,  50x  lOOx  36". 
Location :  Fountain  Centerpiece  in  front  of  Main  Entrance. 


Bruce  Beasley 


Born  Los  Angeles,  California,  1939.  Studied:  Dartmouth 
College,  New  Hampshire,  1957-59;  University  of  California, 
Berkeley,  B. A.,  1962.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  Everett 
Ellin  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1963;  Kornblee  Gallery,  New 
York,  1964;  Hansen  Gallery  (now  Hansen-FuUer  Gallery), 
San  Francisco,  1965;  David  Stuart  Gallery,  Los  Angeles, 
1966;  Andre  Emmerich  Gallery,  New  York,  1971;  M.H.  de 
Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco,  1972;  Santa 
Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1973;  Fine  Arts  Gallery  of  San 
Diego,  1973.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "Art  of  Assem- 
blage," Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York,  1961 ;  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute  Annuals,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1961,  1963,  1966;  "Biennale  de  Paris,"  Musee  d'Art 
Moderne,  Paris,  1963;  "Selected  Acqusitions,"  Solomon  R. 
Guggenheim  Museum,  New  York,  1966;  "Contemporary 
American  Painting  and  Sculpture,"  Krannert  Art  Museum, 
University  of  Illinois,  1969,  1974;  Osaka  World's  Fair, 
Japan,  1970;  "Salon  de  Mai,"  Musee  d'Art  Moderne,  Paris, 
1973 ;  "Public  Sculpture/Urban  Environment,"  The  Oakland 
Museum,  1975.  Public  collections  include:  State  of  Califor- 
nia; University  Art  Museum,  Berkeley;  Los  Angeles  County 
Museum  of  Art;  University  of  California,  Los  Angeles;  The 
Oakland  Museum;  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York; 
Solomon R.  Guggenheim  Museum,  New  York;  Wichita  Art 
Museum,  Kansas;  University  of  Kansas  Museum  of  Art, 
Lawrence;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art;  City  of  Eugene, 
Oregon;  National  Collection  of  Fine  Arts,  Wasfiington, 
D.C;  Musee  d'Art  Moderne,  Paris.  Resides  Oakland, 
California. 


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Cleveland  Bellow 

Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1946.  Studied:  California 
College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A.,  1969;  M.A., 
1971;  California  Community  College  Credential,  1972. 
Awards:  Bank  of  America  Achievement  Award,  California, 
1965;  Purchase  Award,  City  of  Pleasant  Hill,  1969;  Pur- 
chase Award,  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festival,  1970, 
1973;  Permanent  Pigments  Award,  California  College  of 
Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1972;  Mural  Commission,  "Por- 
table Murals,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1973;  ap- 
pointed Art  Commissioner,  Alameda  County  Art  Commis- 
sion, 1978.  One-man  exhibitions:  Mt.  Hood  Community 
College,  Oregon,  1973;  Studio  Museum,  New  York,  1976. 
Three-man  exhibitions:  "Back  to  Back"  (with  Joe  Geran 
and  Christopher  Gonzalez),  San  Francisco  Art  Commis- 
sion Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1974;  "Cleveland 
Bellow,  Marva  Cremer,  Dewey  Grumpier,"  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1977.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
"The  Arrested  Image,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1970;  "Di- 
mensions of  Black,"  La  JoUa  Museum  of  Contemporary  Art, 
1970 ;  "Black  American  Artist"  (traveling  exhibition) , 
Lobby  Gallery,  Illinois  Bell  Telephone,  Chicago,  1971 ; 
"Oversize  Prints,"  Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  New 
York,  1971;  "West  Coast  '74— The  Black  Image,"  E.B. 
Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento  (traveling  exhibition), 
1974;  "Other  Sources :  An  American  Essay,"  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute,  1976;  International  Group  Show,  Lagos,  Nige- 
ria, 1977.  Public  collections:  The  Oakland  Museum;  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco;  California  College  of  Arts  and 
Crafts,  Oakland;  Johnson  Publishing  Company,  Chicago; 
University  of  Alabama,  Tuscaloosa;  Achenbach  Foundation 
for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor, 
San  Francisco;  Oakland  Public  Schools.  Resides  Oakland, 
California. 


12.  Cleveland  Bellow:  THE  CONTINUATION  OF  A  CULTURE  IS 
REFLECTED  IN  ITS  ARTS.  1974.  color  etching  (ed  20).  24  x  20-- 
Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


Pauline  Blanc 

Bom  Portage,  Washington,  1914.  Came  to  Cali- 
fornia in  1935.  Studied:  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1935-1939;  Academie 
Julian,  Paris,  1974;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute 
(with  Dorr  Bothwell);  classes  with  Dong  King- 
man, Richard  Yip,  George  Post.  Awards:  Pur- 
chase Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1965 ;  Merit  Award,  "San  Francisco  Women  Art- 
ists Graphics  Show,"  Crown  Zellerbach  Building, 
San  Francisco,  1976.  Selected  exhibitions:  Max- 
well Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1962;  Coatra  Costa 
County  Public  Library,  Kensington,  California, 
1962;  Torrance  Gallery,  San  Anselmo,  1968; 
University  of  California  Hospital,  San  Francisco, 
1972;  Hartford  Building,  San  Francisco,  1973; 
The  Pantechnicon,  San  Francisco;  City  of  Paris, 
Rotunda  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1974;  Livingston 
Brothers,  San  Francisco,  1976.  Public  collection : 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  San 


li.  Pauline  Blanc:  CHINATOWN.  1976:  waurcolor.  14'  ix22  - 

Location  ■  2- A  Hallway. 


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Todor  Bodurov 

BornPlovia,  Bulgaria,  1937.  Came  to  California  in  1964.  Studied: 
Sofia  Polytechnic,  Bulgaria,  M.S.  in  Electrical  Engineering,  I960; 
University  of  California,  Berkeley,  M.  A.  in  Physics,  1972 ;  no  for- 
mal schooling  in  art.  Award:  Society  of  Western  Artists,  Hall  of 
Flowers,  Golden  Gate  Park,  San  Francisco,  1976.  One-man  exhi- 


bitions :  Art  and  Frames  Unlimited,  Town  &  Country  Village,  Sun- 
nyvale, 1977;  Bank  of  America,  Market  &  Powell  Branch,  San 
Francisco,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  "7th  Annual  San  Jose  Art 
League  Regional  Art  Competition,"  San  Jose  Museum  of  Art,  1976; 
exhibited  with  the  Society  of  Western  Artists.  Resides  Sunnyvale, 
California. 

14.  Todor  Bodurov 

THE  FOREST  II*  watercolor,  30  x  40" 
No  photograph  available 


Frederick  Brayman 

Born  Seattle,  Washington,  1943.  Came  to  California  in  1949. 
Studied;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute.  Awards:  Purchase 
Award,  National  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  Tokyo,  1970;  Pur- 
chase Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1972; 
Award  of  Merit  (watercolorists),  National  Gallery  of  Art, 
Washington,  D.C.  One-man  exhibition:  Unicorn  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1970.  Group  exhibitions:  New  Mission  Gallery, 
San  Francisco,  1964;  Batman  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1966; 
Unicorn  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  "Saturn  &  Co.,"  San 
Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder," 
1970;  Tokyo  Museum  of  Art,  Japan,  1972;  Galeria  Imperial, 
Florence,  Italy,  1972;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1972 ;  "Rainbow  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gal- 
lery, "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1975;  "Archetypical  Images," 
Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1976;  "Whitney  Counter- 
weight Show,"  Rabinowitch  Gallery,  New  York,  1977.  Public 
collections:  Home  Savings  and  Loan  Association,  Beverly 
Hills;  National  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  Tokyo;  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  Berkeley,  California. 


16.  Frederick  Brayman 

LOOSENDER  'S  LOST  SUMMER  WEEKENDS. 

oil:  58 X  114' 2" 

Location   Out  Patient  Lobby 


1976 


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17.  Don  Brodeur;  PATIENT  CARE  TEAM,  1977;  oil  on  canvas,  60  x  80 ',' 
Location :  Main  Lobby. 


Donald  Brodeur 

Born  Newton,  Massachusetts,  1935.  Came  to  California  in  1971. 
Studied:  Chicago  Art  Institute,  1950;  Minneapolis  College  of  Art  & 
Design,  1954-1955;  University  of  North  Carolina,  Greensboro, 
1957-1958;  School  of  Visual  Arts,  New  York  City,  1967-1968; 
studied  with  George  P.  Arnold,  Greensboro,  N.C.,  1956-1960; 
Herb  Kallem,  New  York  City,  1968-1969;  Elio  Benvenuto,  San 
Francisco,  1975-1976.  Awards:  Maude  Lathem  Cup  in  painting, 
Greensboro  Artists  League,  North  Carolina,  1959;  Clio  Award 
in  television  production,  1970;  Andy  Award  in  advertising 
graphics.  New  York  City,  1970. 


One-man  exhibitions:  Witherspoon  Gallen,-,  University  Nonh 
Carolina  at  Greensboro,  1959;  Artist's  Associates  Gallen-,  Atlanu. 
Georgia,  1965;  The  Vincent  Price  Coileaion,  Sears  Roebuck  and 
Company  Gallery,  Los  Angeles.  1966 ;  Graphic  Arts  Workshop,  San 
Francisco,  1976.  Group  exhibitions:  University  of  South  Carolina. 
Columbia,  1958;  Mint  Museum  of  Fine  An.  Charkxte.  North 
Carolina,  1963;  Atlanta  Arts  Festival,  Georgia,  1%5;  "Third  An- 
nual Fxhibition,"  63  Bluxome  St.  Gallery,  San  Franosco,  1975; 
"Black  &  White — A  Drawing  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commis- 
sion Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1976.  Public  coUections: 
McCann  Erickson  Inc.,  Atlanta,  Georgia.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


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David  Phillip  Bradford 

Born  Chicago,  Illinois,  1937.  Came  to  California  in  1965.  Studied 
with  Charles  White,  Los  Angeles,  1967;  University  of  California, 
Berkeley,  M.A.,  1970.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "The  60's! 
Where  it  Was,"  Quay  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  "American 
Painting  1970,"  Virginia  Museum  of  Fine  Arts,  Richmond,  1970; 
"New  Perspectives  in  Black  Art,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1971 ; 
Los  Angeles  County  Museum  of  Art,  1972;  Studio  Museum, 
New  York,  1972,  1977;  "Directions  in  Afro- American  Art," 
Cornell  University,  Ithaca,  New  York,  1974;  World's  Fair,  Spo- 
kane, Washington,  1974;  Festac,  Lagos,  Nigeria,  1977.  Public 
collections :  The  Oakland  Museum.  Resides  Berkeley,  California. 


15.  David  Bradford 
UNTITLED.  1978 
charcoal  on  paper;  22  x  19" 
Location:  2- A 19 


Joan  Brown 

Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1938.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  B.F. A. ,  M.F  A.  Awards :  Adaline  Kent  Award,  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute,  1973;  Guggenheim  Fellowship,  1977.  One- 
woman  exhibitions:  Staempfli  Gallery,  New  York,  I960,  1961, 
1964;  Primus-Stuart  Galleries,  Los  Angeles,  1961,  1962;  Sacra- 
mento State  College  Art  Gallery,  1970;  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Art,  1971;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1973;  University  Art 
Museum,  Berkeley,  1974  (12-year  retrospective);  Charles  Campbell 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1974,  1975;  Allan  Frumkin  Gallery,  New 
York,  1974,  1976;  Allan  Frumkin  Gallery,  Chicago,  1975,  1977; 
Re:  Vision,  Santa  Monica,  California,  1976;  Hansen-Fuller  Gal- 
lery, San  Francisco,  1976.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute  Centennial  Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Art,  1971;  "New  Drawings:  Elmer  Bischoff,  Joan  Brown, 
Gordon  Cook,  George  Lloyd,"  Charles  Campbell  Gallery,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1973;  "Painting  and  Sculpture  in  California:  The  Modern 
Era,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art  (traveling  exhibition), 
1976;  "Representations  of  America,"  The  Fine  Arts  Museums  of 
San  Francisco  and  the  Metropolitan  Museum,  New  York  (traveling 
exhibition),  1977.  Selected  public  collections:  University  Art 
Museum,  Berkeley,  California;  University  of  Colorado,  Boulder; 
Los  Angeles  County  Museum  of  Art;  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery, 
Sacramento;  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York;  Whitney  Mu- 
seum of  American  Art,  New  York;  Albright-Knox  Art  Gallery, 
Buffalo;  American  Federation  of  Arts,  New  York;  Hirshhorn  Col- 
lection, Greenwich,  Connecticut.  Resides  San  Francisco,  Califor- 
nia. Currently  teaching  at  the  University  of  California,  Berkeley. 


18.  Joan  Brown ;  NUDE  IN  STUDIO,  1975;  acrylic  on  paper,  36  x  24  '■' 
Location:  2- A  7. 


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Kathan  Br  own 


.  v.- 


Kdthan  Broutt 

DOG  RVS'MNG.  1972 

color  etching  (eJ  20),  24*  *x  .U  " 

Location   I -and  tfnoughoul  MeJiCiil  Ctmltr 


Born  New  York  City,  1935.  Came  to  California  in  1959.  Studied: 
Antioch  College,  Ohio,  B.  A. ;  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts, 
Oakland,  M.F.A. ;  Central  School  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  London; 
studied  privately  with  Oskar  Kokoschka.  Taught :  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  1966-1974.  Awards:  California  Society  of  Etchers ;  Pur- 
chase Award,  Library  of  Congress  National  Print  Exhibition;  Com- 
missioned Edition,  International  Graphic  Arts  Society;  Print- 
makers'  Grant,  National  Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1976.  Group 


exhibitions  include :  Exchange  Exhibition  with  Russia,  United  States 
Information  Agency,  1972;  "California  Prints,"  Museum  o(  Mod 
ern  Art,  New  York,  1975.  Public  collections  include:  Museum  ol 
Modern  Art,  New  York;  Library  of  Congress,  Washington.  DC; 
Free  Library  of  Philadelphia;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic 
Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor.  San  Francisco;  The 
Oakland  Museum.  Resides  Berkeley,  California.  Owns  and  operates 
Crown  Point  Press,  Oakland. 


Selma  Brown 


Born  Chicago,  Illinois,  1935.  Came  to  California  in  1967.  Studied: 
Mexico  City  College;  University  of  Illinois,  Urbana;  Art  Institute 
of  Chicago.  Awards:  Mural  Workshop  Grant  (at  Dudley  Stone 
School),  Alvarado  Art  Workshop,  San  Francisco;  Federal  Revenue 
Sharing  Monies  Grant  (augmented  with  funding  from  Mr.  Harold 


Zellerbach),  San  Francisco  Mural  Projea,  1975.  Group  exhibition: 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival.  1974.  Murals:  "Rainbow 
People"  (1434  Haight  Street).  Haight-Ashbury  MuraiisLs.  San 
Francisco;  "Come  Together"  (Park  Branch  Libran.  ),  San  Francisco 
Art  Commission  Public  Mural  Project.  1975.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


20.  Selma  Brown;  CHILDREN'S  MURAL  {left  side).  1977;  acrylic  on  wood.  51  x  12b    location:  6-MMr 


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21.  Beniamino  Bufano 
MADONNA 
red  granite  and  mosaic 
104  x  30  x  23" 
{set  on  concrete  pedestal 
36  ' '  high) 

Location :  Facing  22nd  Street 
Approach  to  Medical  Center 


Beniamino  Bufano 

Born  San  Fale,  Italy,  1898.  Came  to  Cali- 
fornia in  1915.  Studied:  Art  Students' 
League,  New  York,  19131915.  Traveled 
in  Europe  and  China,  1916-1921.  Died 
San  Francisco,  1970.  First  one-man  exhi- 
bition held  at  Arden  Galleries,  New  York, 
1925.  Subsequent  one-man  exhibitions 
include:  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1935, 1936, 1937;  California  Academy  of 
Sciences,  San  Francisco,  1974.  Group  ex- 
hibitions: "Salon  d'Automne,"  Paris, 
France,  1927 ;  "California  Art  Today," 
Golden  Gate  International  Exposition,  San 
Francisco,  1940;  "Public  Sculpture/ 
Urban  Environment,"  The  Oakland  Mu- 


seum, 1974.  Selected  public  works :  Sculp- 
ture of  Dr.  Sun  Yat-Sen,  commissioned  by 
the  Northern  California  Art  Project  of  the 
W.P.A.,  1937,  placed  in  St.  Mary's  Square, 
San  Francisco,  1938;  PEACE,  created  for 
the  Golden  Gate  International  Exposition 
in  1939,  placed  at  the  San  Francisco  Inter- 
national Airport  in  1958;  ST.  FRANCIS 
DE  LA  VARENNE,  created  in  1939, 
placed  at  the  International  Longshore- 
man's Hall,  San  Francisco  in  1962;  ST. 
FRANCIS  OF  THE  GUNS,  commis- 
sioned by  San  Francisco  Mayor  Joseph 
Alioto  in  1968,  placed  at  City  College  of 
San  Francisco  in  1977. 


Francisco  Xavier  Camplis 


Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1934. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute;  Stan- 
ford University  (graduate  work  in  filmmak- 
ing); studied  with  Charles  Griffin  Farr, 
Esteban  Villa,  Ralph  McNeil,  Rupert 
Garcia,  Joan  Brown,  Gerald  Gooch.  One 
of  the  founding  members  of  Galeria  de  la 
Raza,  San  Francisco.  Exhibitions:  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festivals,  1968-1976; 


"M.I.X.  Graphics:  Drawings,"  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1974;  Chicano 
Artist  Exhibition,  Governor's  Office,  Cali- 
fornia State  Capitol,  Sacramento,  1975; 
"Chicanarte,"  Barnsdall  Museum,  Los 
Angeles,  1975;  San  Mateo  Arts  Council 
shows,  Daly  City  and  Redwood  City  Civic 
Centers,  1977.  Resides  Daly  City, 
California. 


22.  Francisco  Xavier  Camplis ,  AMORENA  AMORINDIA.  1976;  color  photograph.  13' 2  x  19' 2 ' 
Location:  2- Cafeteria 

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Arthur  Carraway 

Born  Fort  Worth,  Texas,  1925.  Came  to  California  in  1945. 
Studied:  Academy  of  Art  College,  San  Francisco,  California, 
1947-1950;  California  School  of  Fine  Arts  (now  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute),  1950-1953;  Institute  of  African  Studies, 
University  of  Ghana,  Legon,  1971-1972;  University  of  Cali- 
fornia Extension,  Berkeley  and  San  Francisco,  1973-1974. 
Awards:  Future  Leader  in  the  Arts  Nomination,  Committee 
for  San  Francisco  Future,  1953 ;  Purchase  Prize  and  Best  in 
Show  (painting),  "New  Perspectives  in  Black  Art,"  The  Oak- 
land Museum,  1968;  Purchase  Award,  San  Francisco  Inter- 
national Airport  (under  San  Francisco  City  and  County's  "2% 
for  Art  Enrichment"  Program),  1977.  One-man  exhibitions: 
E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1958 ;  San  Francisco 
Main  Office  Gallery,  Bank  of  America  World  Headquarters, 
San  Francisco  (retrospective),  1972.  Two-man  exhibition 
(with  Clare  Struble),  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery, 
"Capricorn  Asunder,"  1975.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
"Dimensions  in  Black,"  La  JoUa  Museum  of  Contemporary 
Art,  1970;  "Blacks  U.S.A.  1973,"  The  New  York  Cultural 
Center,  1973;  "Art  Department  Faculty  Exhibition,"  Contra 
Costa  College  Library,  San  Pablo,  1974;  "Directions  in  Afro- 
American  Art,"  Herbert  F.  Johnson  Museum  of  Art,  Cornell 
University,  Ithaca,  N.Y.,  1974;  "Exhibit  XIX— The  Black 
Woman,"  Rainbow  Sign  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1975 ;  "20th  Cen- 
tury Black  Artist,"  San  Jose  Museum  of  Art,  1976.  Public 
collections:  Kohler  Company,  San  Francisco;  The  Oakland 
Museum;  Los  Angeles  County  Museum  of  Art;  African- 
American  Historical  Society,  San  Francisco ;  Cornell  Univer- 
sity, Ithaca,  N.Y. ;  Ghana  Museum  and  Monuments,  West 
Africa;  Federal  Government  of  Nigeria,  West  Africa.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California.  Currently  teaching  at  San 
Francisco  State  University. 


23.  Arthur  Carraway.  LANGUAGE  SERIES  XIV.  1974;  gouacht  <mJ comu 
on  paper,  26V2x20".  Location:  2-Administration. 


Rolando  Castellon 

Born  Managua,  Nicaragua,  1937.  Came  to  California  in 
1956.  No  formal  schooling  in  art.  Awards:  Nicaragua  Na- 
tional Prize,  1st  Biennal  of  Central  American  Painting,  San 
Jose  de  Costa  Rica,  1971.  One-man  exhibitions:  Galeria 
Praxis,  Nicaragua,  1970;  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco, 
1972;  MarquoitGalleries,  San  Francisco,  1973-1975; 
Galeria  Heino  Heiden,  Lubeck,  West  Germany,  1976; 
Galeria  Tague,  Managua,  Nicaragua,  1977;  O.A.S.,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  1977;  Sala  Jorge  Debravo,  San  Jose  de  Costa 
Rica,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  "Artistas  de  la  Raza,"  The 
Oakland  Museum,  1970;  "Primera  Bienal  de  Pintura  Cen- 
troamericana,"  San  Jose  de  Costa  Rica,  1971 ;  "Three  Latin- 
American  Artists,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery, 
"Capricorn  Asunder,"  1971;  "Drawings  U.S.A.,"  Minne- 
sota Museum  of  Art,  St.  Paul,  Minnesota,  1973;  "Arte 
Actual  de  Iberoamerica,"  Instituto  de  Cultura  Hispanica, 
Madrid,  Spain,  1977.  Public  collections :  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco;  CSUCA,  San  Jose  de  Costa  Rica.  Resides  San 
Francisco,  California.  Curator,  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Modern  Art,  1972  to  date. 


26.  Rolando  Castellon;  WINDOWSCAPE.  7976.  scrytk  om ptf>tr.  17 x  22** 

Location :  2- A  Hallway. 


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Philip  Chan 


Born  Taison,  Canton,  China,  1932.  Came  to  Califor- 
nia in  1969.  Studied:  University  of  Taiwan;  princi- 
pally self-taught  Awards:  Associate  of  the  Royal 
Photographic  Society  of  Great  Britain,  1958;  Fellow  of 
the  Royal  Photographic  Society  of  Great  Britain, 
1962 ;  Outstanding  Young  Man  of  1966  Award,  Fed- 
eration of  Overseas  Chinese  Association,  1966.  One- 
man  exhibition :  Dailey  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1969. 
Group  exhibitions:  international  photography  salons, 
Taiwan,  Republic  of  China,  1950  to  date;  Education 
Department  of  British  Honduras,  Belize,  1964; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1970-1978. 
Public  collections:  Education  Department  of  British 
Honduras,  Belize;  Taiwan  Museum  of  History.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California. 


27.  Philip  Chan 
DANCING.  1957 
black  and  white  photograph    13^/2  x  IOV2" 
Location :  2-Cafeleria 


Richard  Allen  Clarke 

Born  Detroit,  Michigan,  1928.  Came  to  California  in 
1960.  Studied:  Society  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Detroit; 
Meinzinger  Art  School,  Detroit.  One-man  exhibi- 
tions: Moody  Gallery,  Pasadena,  California,  1977. 
Group  exhibitions:  Detroit  Institute  of  Arts,  1950; 
John  Cody  Gallery,  Los  Olivos,  California,  1977; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1977 ;  Pamting 
Show  (three-person),  San  Francisco  Art  Commission 
Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1978.  Resides  Berke- 
ley, California. 


28.  Richard  Allen  Clarke 
LA  SENORA  VIEJA,  1977 
acrylic  30x30" 
Location:  6-Jl 


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Frederick  Comendant 

Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1920.  Largely  self- 
taught.  Studied  photography  with  Ansel  Adams,  Al 
Weber  and  Dorr  Bothwell.  Exhibitions:  "Bay  Area 
Photographers,"  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festivals, 
1970-1976;  Friends  of  Photography  Gallery,  Carmel,  ' 
1971.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Gerald  Concha 

Born  Sacramento,  California,  1935.  Studied:  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute,  B.F.A.  One-man  exhibitions:  Van 
Doren  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1975;  The  Mexican 
Museum,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Two-man  exhibition: 
Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco  (with  Rudy  Serra), 
1973.  Group  exhibitions:  "Three  Latin- American 
Artists,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Cap- 
ricorn Asunder,"  1971;  "Galeria  de  la  Raza  Group 
Show,"  Galeria  dela  Raza,  San  Francisco,  1972 ;  "Dia  de 
los  Muertos,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  1973 ;  "A  Third  World 
Painting-Sculpture  Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Art,  1974 ;  "Exhibit  of  Portraits,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza, 
1974;  "2001,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  1976.  Resides  San 
Francisco,  California.  Currently  teaching  at  the  M.H.  de 


Young  Memorial  Museum  Art  School,  San  Francisco.       -,cs  r  j  ■  i.  r      j  .  uki^maki  mnr  li  l    j  i  .      .  ia 

°  '  29.  Frederick  Comendant.  LINEMAN.  1976;  buck  and  white  photograph.  14  J  II 

Location:  2-Cbapel  Hallway  Photo:  Frederick  Comendant 


30.  Gerald  Concha;  ROOF  MURAL,  1974;  mosaic,  300x  120'!     Location:  3-Courtyard {Mechanical  Building). 


Gordon  Cook 

Bom  Chicago,  Illinois,  1927.  Came  to  California  in  1950.  Studied: 
Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  B.F.  A.,  1950;  State  University  of  Iowa 
(with  Mauricio  Lesansky),  Iowa  City,  1951.  Selected  teaching  posi- 
tions: San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1960-1971;  Academy  of  Art 
College,  San  Francisco,  1971-1973;  San  Francisco  State  University, 
1974-1975.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Art,  1958,  1966 ;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  Cal- 
ifornia Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1964 ;  Lawson 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  John  BoUes  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1971;  Charles  Campbell  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973,  1974, 
1976;  Van  Straaten  Gallery,  Chicago,  1975;  deBoer  Gallery,  Am- 
sterdam, 1975.  Group  exhibitions  include:  "The  Nude"  and  "Six 
Bay  Area  Printmakers,"  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts, 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1960 ;  E.B. 
Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1969;  "Figure  Drawings  by  Four 
Artists — Elmer  Bischoff,  Joan  Brown,  Gordon  Cook,  George 
Lloyd,"  Charles  Campbell  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973;  "CaHfornia 
in  Print,"  Van  Straaten  Gallery,  Chicago,  1974;  "Artists  Proof/The 
Multiple  Image,"  Fine  Arts  Museums  of  San  Francisco  Downtown 
Center,  1976;  National  Print  Exhibition,  The  Brooklyn  Museum, 
New  York,  1976.  Public  collections:  Achenbach  Foundation  for 
Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Fran- 
cisco; Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C. ;  Norton  Simon  Mu- 
seum of  Art  at  Pasadena;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art; 
Untied  States  Information  Service,  Washington,  D.C;  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco;  The  Oakland  Museum.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


31.  Gordon  Cook;  JAR  OF  FLOWERS,  1973;  etching  {ed.  20).  I^Vix  18V<  '! 
Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


Oscar  de  Leon 

Born  Guatemala  City,  Guatemala,  1937.  Came  to  California  in 
1950s.  Studied:  Academy  of  Art,  San  Francisco;  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute;  with  Elli  Simi,  San  Francisco.  One-man  exhibitions  (se- 
lected): Guatemala  City,  Guatemala,  1968;  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San 
Francisco,  1972;  Skyline  College,  San  Bruno,  1972;  Tulane  Uni- 
versity, New  Orleans,  1972;  University  of  San  Francisco,  1972; 
The  Oakland  Museum,  1973;  Consulate  General  of  Guatemala,  San 
Francisco,  1973.  Two-man  exhibitions :  Chabot  College,  Hayward; 
Periwinkle  Art  Gallery,  Padfica.  Selected  group  exhibitions :  Galeria 
de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco,  1972,  1974,  1975;  "M.I.X.:  RootsI: 
The  Latin  Community,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1972; 
Canada  College,  Redwood  City,  California,  1972;  Group  Exhibition 
Celebrating  Mexican  Independence,  The  Oakland  Museum,  1972; 
University  of  San  Francisco,  1972 ;  United  Bay  Area  Crusade,  San 
Francisco,  1974,  1975;  Jamestown  Community  Center,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1974.  Resides  Los  Angeles,  California. 


32.  Oscar  de  Leon.  LA  VIRGEN  DE  LOS  LAGOS,  1977 
ink  drawing,  IIV2  x  I5V2 '.'  Location :  2- A  7 


14 


Angel  del  Valle 

Bom  Fresno,  California,  1929.  Largely 
self-taught;  studied  photography  with 
Walter  Chappelle,  San  Francisco; 
Eugene  Anthony,  San  Francisco; 
Miguel  de  la  Torre,  Morelia,  Michoa- 
can,  Mexico.  One-man  exhibitions: 
Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco, 
1976;  Galeria  Campesina,  Fresno, 
1976.  Two-man  exhibition  (with 
Aparido  Gil),  Hallway  Gallery,  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976.  Group 
exhibition ;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1976.  Resides,  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


34.  Angel  del  Valle.  SEMBRADORES II  1974:  black  and  white  photograph,  ly  ix  19'  r 

Location :  2-Cafeteria 


Eleanor  Dickinson 


Born  Knoxville,  Tennessee,  1931.  Came  to  California  in  1953. 
Studied:  University  of  Tennessee,  1952;  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute, 1961-1963.  Selected  awards:  President's  Prize  and  Graphics 
Award,  San  Francisco  Women  Artists,  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Art,  1959;  First  Honorable  Mention,  Butler  Institute  of  American 
Art,  Youngstown,  Ohio,  I960;  Merit  Award,  Annual  San  Fran- 
cisco Arts  Festival,  1968;  Artist  Exhibition  Award,  Annual  San 


Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1974.  Selected  one  woman  exhibitions: 
The  McClung  Museum,  Knox\-ille,  Tennessee.  1964;  San  Fran 
Cisco  Museum  of  Art,  1965  ;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  d  Art,  I9^V>: 
"Drawings,'"  Temple  Emanu  El,  San  Francisco  (traveling  exhibi 
tion,  1967,  Trutton  Gallery,  San  Francisco.  1967;  M.H.de  Young 
Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco,  1968;  "Re\-ival."  Corcoran 
Gallery  of  Art,  Washington,  D.C.  (traveling  exhibition).  1970; 

William  Sawyer  Gaiicrv.  San  Fran 
Cisco.  1970.  1971.  1975;  Poindextcr 
Galler>'.  New  York.  1972.  1974:  "Re 
vivall  #2."  Corcoran  Gallen-  o(  Art. 
Washington.  D.C.  (traveling  cxhihi 
tion).  1974;  Smith.sonian  Institution 
(traveling  exhibition).  1975:  Caiifof 
nia  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor.  San 
Francisco.  1975;  Tlie  Triton  Museum 
of  Art.  Santa  Clara.  1977;  Rothery 
Galler>'.  1978.  Selected  public  collec 
tions:  National  Collection  of  Fine 
J  Arts,  Washington.  D.C;  The  Cor 

coran  Gallen.-  of  Art,  Washington. 
D.C;  Stanford  University  Museum; 
The  Oakland  Museum:  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art:  Santa  Bar 
bara  Museum  of  Art :  The  Smithsonian 
Institution:  Michigan  State  Univer 
sity;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute:  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco;  Califor- 
nia College  of  Arts  and  Crafts.  Oak- 
land. Associate  Professor  of  Art  and 
Direaor  of  Galleries.  California  Col- 
lege of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland  Re 
sides  San  Francisco.  California. 


i^.  Eleanor  Dickinson,  NHHEMIAH.  1975 :  pen  and  ink  on  paper.  20 x  30' :  Location :  7-. 


15 


id.  James  Dong;  UNTITLED,  1974;  silkscreen  (ed.  20),  20-1/8 x  26-1/8'! 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


James  Dong 

Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1949.  Studied:  San  Francisco 
State  University,  M.  A.  Awards:  Mural  Grant,  SanFrancisco 
Art  Commission's  Neighborhood  Arts  Program,  1971; 
Mural  Commission,  Summer  Outdoor  Mural  Project,  spon- 
sored by  the  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art's  M.I.X.  Program, 
1972 ;  Rockefeller  Training  Fellowship  in  Museum  Education 
and  Community  Studies,  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Mu- 
seum, SanFrancisco,  1974-1975.  Group  exhibitions: 
"M.I.X. :  Surrealism,"  San  Francisco  Museum  erf  Art,  1972; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1972,  1973;  Opening 
Group  Show,  Kearny  St.  Workshop,  San  Francisco,  1972; 
Opening  Group  Show,  Jackson  Street  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1974;  "Posters  and  Society,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1974;  "America  and  the  World/ American  Issues  Forum," 
Hall  of  Justice,  San  Francisco  (traveling  poster  exhibition 
sponsored  by  the  California  Historical  Society),  1976 ; 
"People's  Murals/Some  Events  in  American  History,"  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1976;  "Portrait  Show," 
Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco,  1976;  "Our  Struggle  for 
Low  Income  Housing,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco, 
1977;  "Political  Poster  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commis- 
sion Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1977.  Resides  San 
Francisco,  California. 


Yasuhiro  Esaki 


37.  Yasuhiro  Esaki:  LEAF  DRAWING  #4,  prisnuicolor  pencil  on  paper,  22  x  30' 
Location:  7- A 


Born  Japan,  1941.  Came  to  California  in  1969.  Studied: 
Academy  of  Art  College,  SanFrancisco,  B.F.A.,  1972;  Lone 
Mountain  College,  San  Francisco,  M.F.A.,  1978.  Awards: 
Grand  Prize,  3rd  Annual  Miami  International  Graphics  Bien- 
nial, Metropolitan  Museum,  Miami,  1977;  Merit  Award, 
7th  New  Orleans  International  Art  Exhibition,  University  of 
New  Orleans,  1977;  Purchase  Award,  Belknap  Memorial 
Print  Exhibition,  Colombia-Greene  Community  College, 
Hudson,  New  Yoric,  1978.  One-man  exhibitions:  Academy 
of  Art  College,  SanFrancisco,  1973;  Malvina  Miller  Gallery, 
SanFrancisco,  1975;  Triangle  Gallery,  SanFrancisco,  1977. 
Two-man  exhibition :  Lone  Mountain  College  Art  Gallery, 
SanFrancisco,  1978.  Group  exhibitions:  "M.I.X.:  Graphics 
I,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  Recent  Acquisition 
Show,  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1975 ;  2nd 
National  Drawing  and  Prints  Exhibition,  Miami  University, 
Oxford,  Ohio,  1978.  Public  collections:  Achenbach  Founda- 
tion for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  SanFrancisco;  BostonMuseumof  Fine  Arts;  Brook- 
lyn Museum;  Cincinnati  Art  Museum ;  Monterey  Peninsula 
Museum  of  Art;  Miami  University  Art  Museum,  Oxford, 
Ohio;  Metropolitan  Museum  and  Art  Centers,  Miami, 
Florida.  Resides  Walnut  Creek,  California. 


16 


Melvyn  Ettrick 


Bom  Kingston,  Jamaica,  1940.  Came  to  California  in  1977. 
Studied:  School  of  Visual  Arts,  New  York  (with  Richard 
Pousette  Dart  and  Alex  Katz) ;  University  of  Massachusetts, 
Amherst.  One-man  exhibitions:  Metropolitan  Applied  Re- 
search Corporation,  New  York,  1974;  American  Inter- 
national College,  Springfield,  Massachusetts,  1974;  Olympia 
International  Art  Center,  Kingston,  Jamaica,  1975.  Selected 
group  exhibitions :  "Omaha  Flow  Systems,"  Joslyn  Art  Mu- 
seum, Omaha,  Nebraska,  1972;  "Blacks:  U.S.A.:  73,"  New 
York  Cultural  Center,  New  York,  1973;  Invitational,  Mu- 
seum of  the  National  Center  d.  Afro-American  Artists, 
Boston,  Massachusetts,  1975  ;  "Homage  to  Parboo,"  Gallery 
Barrington,  Kingston,  Jamaica,  1975;  "4  Men  Drawing," 
The  John  Peartree  Gallery,  Kingston,  Jamaica,  1976;  "Con- 
temporary 12,"  Gallery  Barrington,  Kingston,  Jamaica, 
1976;  Black  Enterprise  Magazine  Invitational,  New  York, 
1976;  "Festac77,"  Lagos,  Nigeria,  1977.  Public  collections : 
Bank  of  Jamaica,  Kingston;  Metropolitan  Applied  Research 
Corporation,  New  York.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


39.  Melvyn  Ettrick 
NUBIAN  SUITE  #3,  1976 
acrylic  and  watercolor  on  paper  3OV4  x  22Vi ' ' 
Location:  7-B 


Charles  Griffin  Farr 

Born  Birmingham,  Alabama,  1908.  Came  to  California  in 
1948.  Studied:  Art  Students  League,  New  York,  and  with 
Jean  Despujols,  Paris.  Taught:  University  of  Michigan, 
1946-1947;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1958-1967. 
Awards:  San  Francisco  Art  Association  Annuals,  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1952,  1953,  1961;  First  Purchase 
Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1963,  1965, 
1971 ;  Purchase  Award,  Hall  of  Justice  Competition,  San 
Francisco,  1967;  Purchase  Award,  National  Drawing  Exhi- 
bition, San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1970;  Purchase 
Award,  Butler  Institute  of  American  Art,  Youngstown, 
Ohio,  1971;  First  Award,  California  State  Fair,  Sacramento, 
1975.  One-man  exhibitions :  San  Francisco  Art  Commission 
Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1972;  Capricorn  Galleries, 
Bethesda,  Maryland,  1976.  Group  exhibitions  include: 
Carnegie  Institute,  Pittsburgh,  1941 ;  Whitney  Museum  of 
American  Art,  New  York,  1946;  MetropoHtan  Museum  of 
Art,  New  York,  1952;  Chicago  Art  Institute,  1961;  Winter 
Invitationals,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Frandsco,  1960-1963;  Butler  Institute  of  American  Art, 
Youngstown,  Ohio,  1968,  1971,  1974-1977.  Public  collec- 
tions :  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modem  Art ;  The  Oakland 
Museum ;  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  San 
Frandsco,  Califomia. 


40.  Charles  Griffin  Farr,  ROCKS  AND  STREAM*  1972.  oU,  30  x  40' 


17 


Alan  Che  Mah  Pong 

Also  worked  under  the  name,  Yu  Fong.  Born  Peking,  China, 
1930.  Came  to  California  in  1963.  Studied:  Taiwan  Normal 
University,  B.  A. ;  Indiana  University  (audio- visual  communi- 
cation), M.S.  Awards:  Honorable  Mention,  13th  Annual 
Festival,  Hayward  Area  Festival  of  the  Arts,  Inc.,  1974; 
Purchase  Award,  Armual  San  Francicso  Arts  Festival,  1976. 
Group  exhibitions  include :  New  York  International  Art  Exhi- 
bition, 1970;  Ericson  Art  GaUery,  Palo  Alto,  1972;  13th 
Annual  Festival,  Hayward  Area  Festival  of  the  Arts,  Inc., 
1974;  "M.I.X.:  A  Third  World  Painting  Sculpture  Exhibi- 
tion," San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  California  State 
Fair,  Sacramento,  1976;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1976,  1977.  Resides  Danville,  California. 


41.  Akf!  Che  Mah  Fong 

WATER  VILLAGE*  1976 
watercolor  25  x  21  Vi ' ' 


Howard  Reed  Foote 

Bom  Richmond,  Indiana,  1936.  Came  to  California  in  1957. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  B.F.A. ;  Stanford  Uni- 
versity, M.A.  Group  exhibitions:  Bay  Area  Printmakers 
Society  Fourth  National  Exhibition,  The  Oakland  Art  Mu- 
seum, 1958 ;  "Twenty- Third  Drawing,  Print  and  Watercolor 
Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  I960;  "1970 
PeaceExhibition,"PhiladelphiaMuseumofArt,  1970;  "Four 
Printmakers,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1971;  "San 
Francisco  Art  Institute  Centennial  Exhibition,"  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  "The 
18th  National  Print  Exhibition,"  The  Brooklyn  Museum, 
New  York,  1972;  "San  Frandsco  Area  Printmakers,"  Cin- 
cinnati Art  Museum,  Ohio,  1973;  "Good  and  Evil,  Aes- 
thetic Opposites,"  Terrain  Graphics,  New  York,  1974;  "Edi- 
tion of  One,  Monoprints,"  Palo  Alto  Cultural  Center,  1975 ; 
"Interstices,"  San  Jose  Museum  ct  Art  and  Cranbrook  Acad- 
emy of  Art  Museum,  Bloomfield  Hills,  Michigan,  1975; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976.  Public  collections 
include:  CityofLeeds,  England;  City  and  County  of  San  Fran- 
cisco; Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco.  Resides  Inver- 
ness, California. 


42.  Howard  Reed  Foote;  REN  A,  1974; 
etching  {ed.  20),  27 x  35  '.' 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


18 


Patricia  Tobacco  Forrester 

Born  Northhampton,  Massachusetts,  1940.  Came  to  Cali- 
fornia in  1967.  Studied:  Smith  College,  B.A.;  Yale  Univer- 
sity, B.F.A.,  M.F.A.  Awards:  Guggenheim  Foundation  Fel- 
lowship in  Printmaking,  1967;  Purchase  Award,  Library  of 
Congress  National  Print  Exhibition,  1%9.  One-woman  ex- 
hibitions: San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1968 ;  John  Bolles 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  William  Sawyer  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1974;  Green  Mountain  Gallery,  New  York  City, 
1975;  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Franciscoi 
1977  Selected  group  exhibitions :  British  International  Print 
Biennale,  1969;  Library  of  Congress  National  Print  Competi- 
tion, 1969;  Hundred  Acres  Gallery,  New  York  City,  1971 ; 
Brooklyn  Museum  National  Print  Exhibition,  1972,  1976; 
DM  Gallery,  London,  1973 ;  "Three  Printmakers  Who  Work 
From  Watercolors,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1974;  "Ameri- 
can Landscape,"  Cendrick  Gallery,  Washington,  D.C.,  1977. 
Public  collections  (selected) :  The  British  Museum,  London; 
Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C.;  Metropolitan  Mu- 
seum of  Art,  New  York;  Yale  University  Art  Gallery;  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco;  University  Art  Museum, 
Berkeley;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  Califor- 
nia Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Franciso ;  The  Oakland 
Museum ;  Mills  College,  Oakland  Currently  teaching  at  Cal- 
ifornia College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


43.  Patricia  Tobacco  Forrester:  MONTEREY  PINE.  LATE  AFTERNOON.  1976 
oil,  36  X  48V*  ':  Location :  2-A  11 


William  Frej 

Born  Freeport,  Illinois,  1947.  Came  to  California  in  1972.  Self- 
taught  in  photography  Awards:  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  Group  Show, 


Tucson  Art  Center,  Arizona,  1972;  California  State  Fair,  Sacra 
mento,  1976;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976.  1977. 
Public  collections:  City  and  Count)'  of  San  Francisco.  Resides. 

Berkeley,  California. 


44.  William  Frej 

INCA  TRAIL*  1976;  photograph,  16  x  18" 
[Nn  photograph  available) 


Gustl  French 


Born  Vienna,  Austria,  1909.  Came  to  California  in  1944.  Studied:  Cali- 
fornia College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland;  Claremont  Graduate  School  and 
University  Center  (M.F.A.  Program).  Awards :  Council  of  American  Artist 
Societies  Award,  San  Francisco  Women  Artists,  1971 ;  Purchase  Award, 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1971 ;  Diplome  d'Honneior,  Prix  de 
Gravure,  Biennale  de  Clermont-Ferrand,  France,  1972;  Home  Savings  & 
Loan  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1975.  Group 
exhibitions;  First  New  Hampshire  International  Graphics  Annual,  Rivier 
College,  Nashua,  1973;  Third  National  Print  &  Drawing  Exhibition, 
Minot  State  College,  North  Dakota,  1973 ;  Second  New  Hampshire  Inter- 
national Graphics  Annual,  Nashua  Arts  &  Science  Center,  1974;  Cal 
Expo,  Sacramento,  1 974 ;  "Prints  Commissioned  by  the  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  for  the  San  Francisco  Medical  Center,"  Achenbach  Foundation 
for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1974-1975;  "Spectrum  50—1925-1975:  San  Francisco  Women  Artists," 
San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1975; 
"Prints  California,"  Statewide  Open  Competition,  The  Oakland  Museum, 
1975;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1975;  "Contemporary  Issues: 
Works  by  Women  on  Paper,"  Women's  Building,  Los  Angeles  (traveling 
exhibition),  1977;  California  Society  of  Printmakers  Annual,  Richmond 
Art  Center,  1977.  Public  collections:  Transamerica  Corporation,  San 
Francisco;  Foremost/McKesson,  Inc.,  San  Francisco;  Harrah's,  Lake 
Tahoe;  Bank  of  America,  San  Francisco;  A.T.&T.,  Chicago;  Hogan 
Associates,  San  Francisco.  Resides  Berkeley,  California. 


46.  Gustl  French:  EASTSIDE  STORY.  19''4.  color  eu  mi,-  .  j  20). 
22'  *xl9''  Location:  1 -and throughout  MedUM  (UnUT 


19 


Sekio  Fuapopo 

Born  Samoa,  1947.  Came  to  California  in  1954. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  B.F.A.,  1972; 
Sacramento  State  University,  M.A.,  1975.  Awards: 
Ron  Davis  Award,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1972. 
Group  exhibitions:  "Rhythms  and  Reverberations," 
M.  H.  de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco, 
1972;  "M.I.X.:  A  Third  World  Painting/Sculpture 
Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974; 
Group  Exhibition,  Washington  State  University,  Pull- 
man, 1974;  "Fly  Samoa,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San 
Francisco,  1974;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1974,  1975;  "Other  Sources:  An  American  Essay," 
SanFrancisco  Art  Institute,  1976.  Public  Collections : 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Zaks/Harris 
Dolores  St.  community  law  office,  San  Francisco.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  Calif orania. 


47.  Sekio  Fmpopo;  MY  DELIGHT,  1977;  oil  pastel  on  paper,  24x30'.' 
Location:  7 -A. 


Mary  Fuller 


Born  Wichita,  Kansas,  1922.  Came  to  California  in  1924. 
Apprenticed  in  ceramics  at  the  California  Faience  Company, 
Berkeley ;  largely  self-  taught  in  art.  Selected  awards :  First 
Prize  (sculpture),  Annual  Pacific  Coast  Ceramic  Show,  San 
Francisco,  1947, 1949;  Ford  Foundation  Grant  for  book,  "A 
Period  of  Exploration,"  1965;  Merit  Award,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1971;  Art  Critic  Fellowship,  Na- 
tional Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1975.  One-woman  exhibi- 
tions include:  Artists'  GuUd  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1947; 
Lucien  Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1950;  John  Bolles 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1961 ;  Ota  Gallery  (now  Kroeber 
Prints),  San  Francisco,  1972 ;  Santa  Rosa  City  Hall,  Califor- 
nia, 1974.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  Syracuse  Museum, 
New  York,  1948;  Lucien  Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1948,  1971 ;  Pacific  Coast  Ceramic  Annual,  San  Francisco, 
1948-1950;  San  Francisco  Art  Association  Annuals,  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1948,  1949,  1950,  1960;  An- 
nual San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  many  years  since  1948; 
John  Bolles  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1959;  Hobbs  Gallery, 
SanFrancisco,  I960;  Gumps  Gallery,  SanFrancisco,  1963; 
San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Annual,  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Art,  1964;  Group  Show,  Triangle  Gallery,  SanFrancisco, 
1965  ;Both-Up  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1973;  Women's  Art  Cen- 
ter, San  Francisco,  1974;  Gallery  Group  Show,  Ota  Gallery 
(now,  Kroeber  Prints),  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  "The  Printed 
Work :  An  Exhibition  of  Artist  Produced  Books,"  Union  Gal- 
lery, San  Jose  State  University,  1976;  University  of  St. 
Thomas,  Houston,  Texas,  1976;  "Artrium  1976,"  Santa 
Rosa,  1976.  Public  commissions:  University  of  California 
Medical  Center,  SanFrancisco;  Community  Center,  Salinas, 
California;  Andrew  Hill  High  School,  San  Jose.  Resides 
Petaluma,  California. 


48.  Mary  Fuller;  DOS  UONES,  1974;  cast  stone  aggregate,  72x  72' 
Location:  5-Courtyard between  A  &C. 


20 


Gale  Fulton-Ross 


Born  Medford,  Massachusetts,  1947.  Came  to  California  in 
1974.  Studied:  Massachusetts  College  of  Art,  Boston;  with 
Cleveland  Bellow;  self-taught.  One-woman  exhibitions: 
Metropolitan  Applied  Research  Center,  New  York,  1973; 
Park  South  Gallery,  New  York,  1974;  "Faces  Around  the 
Bay,"  Earth  &  Arts  Gallery,  Oakland,  1975.  Public  collec- 
tions :  Office  of  Congressman  Ronald  V.  Dellums ;  Office  of 
Human  Rights,  Boston,  Massachusetts.  Resides  Oakland, 
California. 


49.  Gale  Fulton-Ross ;  MY  BASKET,  1978;  charcoal  and  color  p«ncU  on  ptp*r 

1  Wk xlVh".  Location :  7-B 


Aparicio  Gil 

Born  Bogota,  Colombia,  1950. 
Came  to  California  in  1966.  Died 
1977.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  B.FA.  Awards:  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1975, 
1976.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
"Winter  in  America,"  Third  World 
Student  Show,  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  1976;  "The  Marijuana 
Growers,"  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute, 1976;  "San  Francisco  Urban 
Environmentalists,"  San  Francisco 
Annual  Arts  Festival,  1976 ;  Sixth 
Annual  North  Beach  Photo  Art 
Fair,  1976;  Mission  Foto  Galeria, 
Mission  Neighborhood  Centers , 
Inc.,  San  Francisco,  1976,  1977; 
"La Gentede  California,"  Galeria  de 
la  Raza,  San  Francisco  (traveling 
exhibition),  1976;  "Jambalaya," 
Intersection  Gallery,  San  Francisco 
(traveling  exhibition),  1977. 


50.  Apancio  Gil;  CANDLE  SHOP,  1976;  black  and  whiu  photograph,  12'ix  ISW 

Location:  2-Cafeteria. 


21 


James  Gorman 

Born  San  Francisco,  California, 
1937.  Studied:  City  College  of  San 
Francisco.  Owned  and  managed 
Puma  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
where  exhibited  own  work,  1963- 
1971.  Exhibited  at  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festivals,  1968, 
1969.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


51.  James  Gorman;  KID'S  SKATE,  1974;  serigraph  {ed.  20),  26  x  40' 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


Maria  Goya 


Born  Borgholz,  Germany,  1938.  Came  to  California  in  1974. 
Studied:  Hildepardis  College,  Munster,  Germany;  self-taught. 
Selected  awards :  1st  Award,  Laurel  Art  Festival,  Maryland,  1974; 


1st  Award,  Ellicot  City  Festival,  Maryland,  1974.  One-woman 
exhibitions:  Equitable  Trust  Company,  Laurel,  Maryland,  1972; 
Stanley  Memorial  Library,  Laurel,  Maryland,  1973;  MontpeUer 

Carriage  House  (sponsored  by 
Maryland  Park  and  Planning 
Commission),  Laurel,  1974. 
Group  exhibitions :  Maryland 
House  of  Delegates,  Anapolis, 
1973;  "Award  Winning  Show 
from  the  Montgomery  County 
Artist  Association,"  Chevy  Chase 
Library,  Maryland,  1973;  Marin 
Society  of  Artists,  Marin  Art  and 
Garden  Center,  Ross,  1975- 
1977;  Artrium  (sponsored  by 
Sonoma  County  Arts  Council), 
1975,  1976;  College  of  Marin, 
1975,  1976;  Marin  County  Fair, 
San  Rafael,  1976;  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976. 
Public  collections:  Maryland 
Park  and  Planning  Commission, 
Anapolis ;  Sears  Roebuck  &  Com- 
pany, Bethesda,  Maryland.  Re- 
sides Mill  Valley,  California. 


52.  Maria  Goya;  WINTER  IN  THE  BRIARWOODS,  1976;  watercolor,  21  x  29 '. 
Location:  2- A 5. 


22 


Richard  Graf 

Bom  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin,  1929.  Came  to  California  in 
1951.  Studied:  Lay  ton  Art  School,  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin; 
University  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee;  California  College  of 
Arts  and  Crafts,  M.F.A.,  1958.  Selected  one-man  exhibi- 
tions; San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1959,  1962,  1964; 
San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1961 ;  Beri^eley  Gallery,  Berke- 
ley, 1964;  Berkeley  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1967,  1970. 
Cellini  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1965;  Achenbach  Foundation 
for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor, 
San  Francisco,  1965;  Richmond  Art  Center,  1967;  Berkeley 
Art  Center,  1967;  Sonoma  State  College,  1970.  Selected 
group  exhibitions :  "The  Arrested  Image,"  The  Oakland  Mu- 
seum, 1970;  "Editions  '71,"  Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gal- 
lery, 1971 ;  "Photo  Image  in  Printmaking,"  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1971 ;  "Bay  Area  Printmakers,"  Illinois 
Wesleyan  University,  1973;  "West  Coast  Artists,"  Univer- 
sity of  California,  Riverside,  1974.  Public  collections  (se- 
lected) :  Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C. ;  Starr  King  53.  Richard  Graf;  GENTLE  UNICORN,  1974;  color  Uthogroph  (ed.  20).  21  x  30  1/8'.' 
School  of  Religion,  Berkeley;  Westmore  College  Student  Location :  1-and throughout  Medical  Center 

Union,  Lemars,  Iowa;  University  of  Utah,  Salt  Lake  City; 
The  Oakland  Museum;  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts, 
Oakland;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  Califor- 
nia Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco ;  University 
of  Nebraska,  Lincoln;  Stanford  University  Museum  of  Art. 
Resides  Oakland,  California.  Currently  teaching  at  the  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute. 


Stanley  Greene 

Bom  Brooklyn,  New  York,  1949.  Came  to  Cali- 
fornia in  1974.  Studied:  New  York  University, 
New  York,  1970;  School  of  Visual  Arts,  New 
York,  1971 ;  Center  for  Visual  Studies,  Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts,  1973, 1974;  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute,  1975  to  date.  Awards:  Award  of 
Merit,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976; 
Honorable  Mention,  Spring  Student  Show,  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976.  Group  exhibitions : 
"Image  Works  Color  Show,"  Center  for  Visual 
Studies,  New  York,  1974;  Carl  Siembad  Gallery, 
Boston,  1974;  "Prostitution  in  Boston,"  video 
tape  made  for  WGBH  TV,  1974;  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976 ;  "Winter  in  Ameri- 
ca'' San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  "Photo- 
erotica,"  San  Francisco  Camerawork  Inc.,  1978. 
Public  collections:  Bibliotheque  Nationale,  Paris; 
Carl  Siembad  Gallery,  Boston.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, Califomia. 


54.  Stanley  Greene;  UNTITLED  {WOMAN  IN'  A  WHEELCHAIR).  1976. 
black  and  white  photograph,  13V*xl  7V4  ' Location  Msm  Lobl>f 


23 


Patrick  Hansen 

Born  Sacramento,  California,  1934. 
Studied  photography  at  The  Image 
Circle,  Inc.,  Berkeley.  Currently 
President  of  the  Image  Circle.  Pur- 
chase Award,  Annual  San  Fran- 
cisco Arts  Festival,  1969.  Group 
exhibitions:  Polaroid  Exhibition, 
Focus  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1973;  "West  Coast  Continuum," 
Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery, 
1977.  Resides  Hayward,  Cal- 
ifornia. 


56.  Patrick  Hansen;  THE  OLD  RIVER  SHACK*  1976;  photograph,  16  x  20 '.'      Photo :  Patrick  Hansen 


Theresa  Harned 


Born  Hanford,  California,  1940.  No  formal  schooling  in  art.  One- 
woman  exhibition:  Canon  USA,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Group  ex- 
hibition: "Illuminations,"  Majority  of  One  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1976. 
Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Theresa  Homed 

TREES:  GREAT  HIGHWAY,  1976 
ink  and  walercolor   lOV*  x  7V2 ' ' 
Location:  5-G8 


24 


Rob  Harper 

Born  Chico,  California,  1942.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  B.F.A. ;  Washington  University,  St  Louis,  Mis- 
souri, M.F.A.  Awards:  Hallmark  Purchase  Prize,  Kansas 
City,  1974.  Group  exhibitions:  "Mid-America  Five," 
William  Rockhill  Nelson  Gallery  of  Art,  Kansas  City,  and 
The  St.  Louis  Art  Museum,  Missouri,  1974;  "39th  Annual 
Midyear  Show,"  Butler  Institute  of  American  Art,  Youngs- 
town,  Ohio,  1975;  40th  Annual  Exhibition,  Cooperstown 
Art  Association,  New  York,  1975;  California  State  Fair,  Sac- 
ramento, 1975 ;  21st  Annual  Open  Show,  Northern  Califor- 
nia Arts,  Inc.,  Sacramento,  1975;  "Mainstreams  '76,"  9th 
Annual  Marietta  College  International  Competitive  Exhi- 
bition, Marietta,  Ohio,  1976;  "51st  Crocker-Kingsley  An- 
nual," E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1976;  30th 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976.  Public  collec- 
tions: Hallmark  Cards,  Kansas  City,  Missouri;  Auburn  Pub- 
lic Library,  California;  Butler  Institute  of  American  Art, 
Youngstown,  Ohio;  Fairfield  Civic  Center,  California.  Re 
sides  Oakland,  California. 


58.  Rob  Harper,-  TRIPTYCH:  CHARLES  "SPEED" HOLMAN  SERIES. 
1975;  acrylic,  46  x  46  ".  Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 


Walt  Hartlage 

Born  Minneapolis,  Minnesota, 
1938.  Came  to  California  in  1962. 
No  formal  schooling  in  art.  Award: 
First  Prize.  "E  Pluribus  Unum," 
Floating  Foundation  of  Photog- 
raphy, Mony  Building,  New  York. 
1976.  One-man  exhibition:  Bar- 
stow  Junior  College.  California. 
1970.  Group  exhibition:  "E  Pluri- 
bus Unum."  Floating  Foundation  of 
Photography.  Mony  Building,  New 
York.  1976.  Public  collections : 
San  Frandsco  Archives  for  the  Per- 
fon.ning  Arts,  San  Francisco  Public 
Librar>'  (Presidio  Branch);  The 
Floating  Foundation  of  Photog- 
raphy. New  York  City.  Resides  San 
Francisco.  California. 


59.  Walt  Hartlage,  DOG  IN  NEWSTAND,  1976;  black  and  white  photograph. 

Location:  2-Cafeteria 


25 


60.  Sochi  Tsutsumi  Hay  ward;  LAKE,  1974;  cohr  etching  {ed.  20),  30  x  24  "■ 
Location  :  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


Wally  Hedrick 

Bom  Pasadena,  California,  1928.  Studied:  Otis  Art  Institute,  Los 
Angeles;  California  School  of  Fine  Arts  (now,  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute),  B.F.A. ;  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland; 
San  Francisco  State  University.  Awards:  Grant,  National  Endow- 
ment for  the  Arts,  1968.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  M. H.  de 
Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco,  1955 ;  California  School 
of  Fine  Arts  (now,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute),  1956;  Isaacs  Gal- 
lery, Toronto,  Canada,  1961 ;  New  Mission  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1963;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1967;  Sonoma  State  College, 
RohnertPark,  California,  1968;  63  Bluxome  Street,  San  Francisco, 
1975.  Two-man  exhibition:  Balboa  Pavilion  Gallery,  Balboa,  Cali- 
fornia (with  Sam  Tchakalian),  1967.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
"Sixteen  Americans,"  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York,  1959; 
"Places — A  Collaboration  of  Four  Artists,"  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Art,  1962;  "Construction  as  an  Object  of  Illusion,"  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute,  1962;  "New  Paintings  d  Common  Objects,"  Pasa- 
dena Art  Museum  (now,  Norton  Simon  Museum  of  Art  at  Pasa- 
dena), 1962;  SanFrancisco  Art  Association  Annuals,  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1954,  1957,  I960;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute 
Annual,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1966 ;  "Poets  d  the  Cities/ 
New  York  and  San  Francisco  1950-1965,"  Dallas  Museum  of  Fine 
Arts  (traveling  exhibition),  1974.  Public  collections:  The  Adlrich 
Museum  of  Contemporary  Art,  Ridgefield,  Connecticut;  Museum 
of  Modern  Art,  New  York;  The  Oakland  Museum;  Los  Angeles 
County  Museum  of  Art;  Smithsonian  Institution;  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art ;  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides 
SanGeronimo,  California.  Teaches:  Indian  Valley  Colleges,  Novato. 


Sachi  Tsutsumi  Hay  ward 

Born  Tokyo,  Japan.  Came  toCalfornia  in  1962.  Studied:  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute,  B.F.A. ;  San  Francisco  State  College,  M.A. 
Awards:  Merchandise  Award,  Los  Angeles  Printmaking  Society, 
1969;  Best  Print  Award,  Small  Print  &  Sculpture  Exhibition,  Fre- 
mont, California,  1971.  Group  exhibitions  include:  "Small  Prints 
and  Sculpture  Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1968;  "6th 
Annual  All  California  Print  Exhibition,"  Otis  Art  Institute,  Los 
Angeles,  1969;  "Graphics  '71,"  Western  New  Mexico  University, 
New  Mexico,  1971;  "Edition '71,"  Small  Print  and  Sculpture  Exhi- 
bition, Olive  Hyde  Art  Center,  Fremont,  1971 ;  4th  Annual  Na- 
tional Print  Exhibition,  San  Diego  State  University,  1971 ;  "Eight 
Bay  Area  Asian  Printmakers,"  San  Jose  State  University,  1973; 
"M.I.X.  Graphics  I:  Prints,"  San  Francisco  Museum  d  Art,  1973 ; 
California  Society  of  Printmakers  (juried  exhibition).  Maxwell  Gal- 
leries, San  Francisco,  1975  ;  "Transcendent  Blossoms,"  Syntex  Gal- 
lery, Palo  Alto,  1975 ;  "Prints  California,"  The  Oakland  Museum, 
1975;  "Introductions  '76,"  Upstairs  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1976. 
Public  collections:  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  Cali- 
fornia Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco.  Resides  San 
Francisco,  California. 


Early  Flat  Dutch 

85  days.  "The  fiuest  strain  in  existence  of  this  popular  sort,"  The  most  fami'ii?  of 
the  second-earjy  varieties  anil  undoubtedly  oue  of  the  best  of  its  class.  The  heads  are 
large,  flat,  firiu  anfi  uiiif'jrm.  weighing  10  to  12  pounds.  Unusually  fine  texture  and 
quality.  Good  keeper.  Used  extensively  by  the  large  cabbage  growers.  Pkt..  50  cts.; 
oz..  $2.50;  Vi  lb..  $4.0U;  '/j  lb.,  $7.00;  lb.,  $10.00;  2  lbs.,  $17.00.  postpaid. 


61.  Wally  Hedrick:  EARLY  DUTCH  FLAT,  1976;  oil,  6J  V2  jc  65»/2 '.' 
Location :  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria  and  Administration. 


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62.  Carol  Heinemm;  LITTLE  ORPHAN  ANNIE  ASTRIDE  THE  WORLD, 

1974;  etching  {ed.  20),  28V2  x  20Va  ". 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


Hisako  Hibi 

Born  Fukuiken,  Japan,  1907.  Came  to  California  in  1926.  Studied: 
California  School  of  Fine  Arts  (now,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute), 
1926-1929;  MuseumofModem  Art,  New  York,  1952-1954;  Uni- 
versity of  California  Extension  (Ann  O'Hanlon's  Perception  Work- 
shop), 1966-1968.  Awards:  Honorable  Mention,  California  State 
Fair,  Sacramento,  1939;  Honorable  Mention,  San  Francisco 
Women  Artists  Small  Format  Show,  Crown  Zellerbach  Building, 
San  Francisco,  1968 ;  City  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco 
Arts  Festival,  1964,  1970;  Purchase  Award,  Home  Savings  &  Loan 
Association,  Los  Angeles  (through  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Fes- 
tival), 1971.  One-woman  exhibitions:  Luden  Labaudt  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1970;  Humanist  House  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971; 
Sight  &  Insight  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Juried  exhibitions: 
California  State  Fair,  Sacramento,  mid  1930's;  Oakland  Art  Gal- 
lery, 1937,  1939,  1940;  Golden  Gate  International  Exposition, 
Treasure  Island,  1939,  1940;  San  Francisco  Art  Association  An- 
nuals, 1940,  1941,  1944;  "Month  of  Waiting,"  CaUfornia  His- 
torical Society  (traveling  exhibition),  1972;  "Spectrum '50 — 1925- 
1975 :  San  Francisco  Women  Artists,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commis- 
sion Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1975;  "International  Women," 
Artists  Embassy,  San  Francisco,  1975;  San  Francisco  Women 
Artists  Painting  and  Sculpture  Show,  Kaiser  Center,  Oakland, 
1976;  "Views  from  the  Inside,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1976. 
Resides  San  Frandsco,  California. 


Carol  Heineman 

Born  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin,  1945.  Lived  in  California  1965  1975. 
Studied:  Carnegie-Mellon  University,  Pittsburgh,  B.A.;  University 
of  Wisconsin,  M.A.;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute;  Art  Students 
League  of  New  York.  Awards:  Louis  Comfort  Tiffany  Foundation 
Grant  Finalist,  1969;  Danid  Porter  Award,  Carnegie- Mellon  Uni- 
versity, Pittsburgh,  1969.  One-woman  exhibitions:  Miami  Mu- 
seumofModem Art,  1970;  Sun  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  The 
Museum  Print  Shop,  San  Francisco,  1975;  Wild  Wind  Gallery, 
Vail,  Colorado,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  "Visionary  An."  East 
Hampton  Gallery,  New  York  City,  1969;  San  Francisco  Annual 
Arts  Festival,  1971-1974 ;  "Saturn  &  Co.,"  San  Francisco  An  Com- 
mission Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder."  1971 ;  "Dream  Show  #2." 
Unicorn  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  Emmanuel  Walters  Gallery. 
San  Frandsco  Art  Institute,  1974 ;  "Rainbow  Show,"  San  Frandsco 
Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder."  1975;  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Frandsco.  1975 ;  M.  H.  de  Young 
Memorial  Museum,  San  Frandsco,  1975.  Public  coUeaions: 
Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Frandsco;  Miami  Museum  of  Modem  An; 
Loeb  Museum  Print  Collection,  Miami.  Resides  Elben.  Colorado. 


63.  Hisako  Htbi:  AUTUMNAL.  1976;  od.  32x37 
Location:  1-C32. 


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Ivars  Hirss 


Bom  Riga,  Latvia,  1931.  Came  to  California  in  1958.  Studied: 
Riiode  Island  School  of  Design,  B.  F.  A. ,  1954 ;  California  College  of 
Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  M.F.A.,  1961.  Awards:  Helen  Critchett 
Award,  Triangle  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1963;  Purchase  Award, 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1968.  One-man  exhibitions: 
Triangle  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1962 ;  Pratt  Graphic  Arts  Center, 
New  York,  1964;  Gumps  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1965,  1967; 
Michael  Walls  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  Alden  T.  Harris, 
Naples,  Florida,  1974.  Two-man  exhibition:  San  Francisco  Mu- 
seum of  Art  (with  Rolf  Eiselin),  1967.  Selected  group  exhibitions 
include:  California  Society  of  Etchers  Annuals,  1963  1967;  "3 
West  Coast  Printmakers:  Ivars  Hirss,  Julius  Wasserstein,  Arne 
Wolf,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1963 ;  Art  in  Embassies  Pro- 
gram, United  States  Department  of  State,  1965 ;  "San  Francisco  Art 
Institute  Centennial:  Paintings,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1971.  Public  collections:  Smithsonian  Institution,  Washington, 
D.C. ;  The  Oakland  Museum;  Museum  of  Art,  Rhode  Island  School 
of  Design,  Providence;  New  York  Public  Library  Print  Collection; 
Joseph  H.  Hirshhorn  Collection,  Washington,  D.C.  Resides  San 
Francisco,  California. 


64.  Ivars  Hirss:  OPPOSITES.  1974;  color  etching  {ed.  20),  32x22-1/8' 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


Sam  Horn 


\ 


65.  Sam  Horn:  NORTH  BEACH  CHINATOWN,  1974;  etching  {ed  20), 
22Vi  X  30  ".  Location :  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


i 


/ 


Born  Oakland,  California,  1949.  Studied: 
Academy  of  Art  College,  San  Francisco, 
1965;  Merritt  College,  Oakland;  San  Fran- 
cisco State  University,  B.A.,  1972;  M.A., 
1975;  Group  exhibitions:  Annual  San  Fran- 
cisco Arts  Festival,  1970;  Chinese  American 
Artist  Exhibition,  The  Oakland  Museum  (in 
collaboration  with  the  Chinese  Cultural  Cen- 
ter), 1971;  "M.I.X. :  Portraits,"  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1972;  Group  exhibi- 
tion, Kearny  St.  Workshop,  San  Francisco, 
1972;  Community  Art  Exhibition,  Jackson 
St.  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973;  "Prints 
Commissioned  by  the  San  Francisco  Art  Com- 
mission for  the  San  Francisco  Medical  Cen- 
ter," Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts, 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Francisco,  1975 ;  "Gold  Mountain  on  the  Sil- 
ver Screen,  Asian  American  Expressions  on 
Film,"  Jackson  St.  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1974;  The  2nd  Asian  American  Film  Festival 
(represented  with  two  films),  Moonhunter 
Productions,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Resides 
San  Francisco,  California. 


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Blanche 

Phillips  Howard 


Ako  worked  under  the  name 
Blanche  Phillips.  Born  Mt.  Union, 
Pennsylvania,  1908.  Lived  in  Cali- 
fornia 1942-1950;  1971  to  date. 
Studied:  Cooper  Union  School  of  i 
Art  and  Architecture,  New  York ; 
Art  Students  League  of  New  York ; 
Steinhof  Institute  of  Design,  New  | 
York ;  California  School  of  Fine  Arts 
(now,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute), 
San  Francisco;  studied  with  Ossip 
Zadkine.  One- woman  exhibitions: 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1944;  E.B.  Crocker  Art  GaUery,  66, 
Sacramento,  1946;  City  of  Paris 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1949; 

Louvre  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1950;  GaleriaArtes  Contemporano, 
Mexico,  D.F.,  1952;  Ariel  Gallery,  Guadalajara,  Mexico,  1952; 
Roko  GaUery,  New  York,  1954,  1957,  1959;  New  GaUery,  Prov- 
incetown,  Massachusetts,  1961;  Silv ermine  Guild,  Connecticut, 
1962;  The  Place,  London,  1969;  Galeria  La  Branza,  Freestone, 
CaUfomia,  1974.  Two-person  exhibition  (with  John  Langley  How- 
ard): San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder," 
1973.  Group  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Art  Association  Annuals, 
SanFranciscoMuseumof  Art,  1940's;  Whitney  Museum  Annuals, 
Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York,  1954,  1958; 


Blanche  Phillips  Howard,  FRAGMENTATION, 
Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 


1976;  bronze  repousse,  41  x  106' 


"Irons  in  the  Fire,"  Contemporary  Arts  Museum,  Houston,  1957; 
"80x14,"  Riverside  Museum,  New  York,  1957;  Sculpture  Exhibi- 
tion, Riverside  Museum,  New  York,  1958;  Boston  Institute  of  Con- 
temporary Art  (traveling  exhibition),  1958;  Stable  Galler\'.  New 
York,  1959,  I960,  1961;  'American  Sculpmre."  Claude  Bernard 
Gallery,  Paris,  I960;  Riverside  Museum,  New  York,  1962.  Public 
collections  include:  Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art.  New 
York;  Chrysler  Museum  at  Norfolk  (formerly  Norfolk  Museum 
of  Arts  and  Sciences),  Virginia.  Resides  Bolinas,  California. 


John  Langley  Howard 

Bom  Montclair,  New  Jersey,  1902.  Came  to  California  at  age  three 
months.  Studied:  Art  Students  League  of  New  York  (with  Kenneth  Hays 
MiUer);  self-taught.  Selected  awards:  Anne  Bremer  Memorial  Prize 
(painting),  SanFrancisco  Art  Association  Annual,  1934;  FirstPrize,  San 
Francisco  Art  Association  Annual,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1937 ; 
Artist  Fund  Prize,  San  Francisco  Art  Association  Annual,  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1945;  Purchase  Prize,  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festi- 
val, 1950.  One-man  exhibitions  in  San  Francisco,  Carmel,  Santa  Fe, 
New  York,  1925-1950;  Lawson  Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1975.  Two- 
man  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn 
Asunder"  (with  Blanche  Phillips  Howard),  1973;  Bank  of  America 
Center,  San  Francisco  (with  Blanche  Phillips  Howard),  1975.  Selected 
group  exhibitions:  Corcoran  Gallery  of  Art,  Washington,  D.C.,  1941; 
Carnegie  Institute  Museum  of  Art,  Pittsburgh,  1941 ;  "56th  Annual 
American  Paintings,"  Artlnstitute  of  Chicago,  1945 ;  Whitney  Museum 
of  American  Art  Annuals,  New  York,  1946,  1947,  1952;  "2nd  Annual 
Exhibition,"  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1948;  "5th  Annual  Exhibition,"  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco,  1952;  "Contemporary  American  Paintings," 
Stanford  University,  1956;  Art  in  Science,  Scientific  American  Maga- 
zine traveling  exhibition,  1966.  Mural  commission:  Coit  Tower,  San 
Francisco,  1934.  Public  collections :  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco; 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco;  Security  Pacific 
National  Bank  World  Headquarters,  Los  Angeles;  International  Business 
Machines,  New  York;  Scientific  American  Magazine,  New  York.  Re- 
sides Bolinas,  California. 


67.  John  Langley  Howard:  IN  THE  BEGINNING  {fiart  of  triptych).  1976. 

tempera,  23  x  2OV2 '.'         Location  2-A31 


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Sandria  Ann  Hu 


Bom  San  Francisco,  California,  1946.  Studied:  San  Diego 
State  University,  B.A.,  M.A.;  Stanford  University,  M.F.A. 
Awards:  Guggenheim  Fellowship  (Paris),  1974-1975;  Na- 
tional Endowment  for  the  Arts  (Hawaii),  1975.  One-woman 
exhibitions:  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Francisco,  1977  ;  Tyler  Art  Museum,  Texas,  1977.  Group 
exhibitions:  Boston  Printmakers  23rd  Annual  Print  Show, 
Decordova  Museum,  Lincoln,  Massachusetts  (Purchase 
Award),  1971;  25th  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival 
(Purchase  Award),  1971;  Silvermine's  9th  National  Print 
Exhibition,  New  Canaan,  Connecticut  (Purchase  Award), 
1972;  Mid- Western  Graphics  Annual  Competition  and  Exhi- 
bit, City  County  Library,  Tulsa,  Oklahoma  (Purchase 
Award),  1973;  19th  National  Print  Exhibition,  The  Brook- 
lyn Museum,  1975;  Tibor  de Nagy  Gallery,  Houston,  Texas, 
1975;  Watson/De  Nagy  &  Co.  Gallery,  Houston,  Texas, 
1976;  "New  Printmakers  for  Texas,"  University  of  Dallas, 
Texas,  1977;  "Texas  Today,"  Fort  Worth  Art  Museum, 
Texas,  1977.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


70.  Sandria  Ann  Hu 

ECOLOGICAL  MIRAGE,  1974 

color  lithograph  {ed.  20)  30-1/8  x  22V2 ' ' 

Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center 


Margo  Humphrey 


Bom  Oakland,  California,  1942.  Studied:  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A. ;  Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art, 


New  York;  Stanford  University,  M.F.A.  Awards:  "Who's  Who  in 
Black  America" ;  Faculty  Research  Grants,  University  of  California 
at  Santa  Cmz,  1974-1978;  Teaching  Fellowship,  University  of  the 
South  Pacific,  Suva,  Fiji,  1977;  Research  Fellowship,  University  of 

Dakar,  Senegal,  West  Africa,  1978. 
Selected  one-woman  exhibitions: 
University  of  California,  Davis, 
1977.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
"Unique  Prints  of  Black  Print- 
makers  in  America,"  Smithsonian 
Institution,  Washington,  D.C., 
1977;  "Mixed  Media  on  Paper," 
Berkeley  Art  Center,  1978;  Cali- 
fornia Society  of  Printmakers/Los 
Angeles  Printmaking  Society, 
Brand  Library  and  Art  Center, 
Glendale,  California,  and  Mills  Col- 
lege Art  Gallery,  1978.  Selected 
public  collections:  The  Oakland 
Museum;  University  Art  Mu- 
seum, Berkeley;  Achenbach  Foun- 
dation for  Graphic  Arts,  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Francisco;  Tamarind  Institute, 
Albuquerque,  New  Mexico;  Grun- 
wald  Center  for  the  Graphic  Arts, 
University  of  California,  Los  Ange- 
les. Teaches  at  University  of  Cali- 
fornia, Santa  Cmz.  Resides  Oak- 
land, California. 


71.  Margo  Humphrey,  BORN  AGAIN,  1974;  color  lithograph  (ed.  20),  16-1/8  x  22V*  ' 
Location:  I -and  throughout  Medical  Center 


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Jean  Hyson 


Bom  Alvarado,  Texas,  1934.  Came  to  San  Francisco  in  1961.  Studied:  Art 
Students  League  of  New  York  (with  George  Grosz,  Yasuo  Kuniyoshi, 
Harry  Sternberg) ;  New  York  University  (with  William  Baziotes).  Chair- 
man, "National  1970DrawingExhibition,"  presented  by  the  San  Francisco 
Women  Artists  in  cooperation  with  the  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1969-1970.  One-woman  exhibitions:  Arleigh  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1965,  1966,  1968;  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1969;  William  Sawyer  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1972;  The  Xergo 
Gallery,  Oakland,  1975;  Richmond  Art  Center,  1977.  Two-person  exhi- 
bition: Sonoma  State  College  Gallery  (with  Jacques  Fabert),  1963.  Three- 
person  exhibitions :  Arleigh  Gallery,  San  Francisco  (with  James  Monte  and 
Helen  Breger),  1966;  Kennedy  Gallery,  Holy  Names  College,  Oakland 
(with  Gloria  Brown  and  Masatoyo  Kishi),  1968.  Selected  Group  Exhibi- 
tions: "New  Images  of  San  Francisco"  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Mu- 
seum, San  Francisco,  I960;  Winter  Invitational,  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1964;  "San  Francisco  Women  Artists: 
42nd  Annual,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1967;  "Small  Image  Show 
(prize  in  painting),  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1969;  Contemporary 
Fine  Arts  Invitational,  Phyllis  Kind  Gallery,  Chicago,  1969 ;  Contempo- 
rary Fine  Arts  Invitational,  Northern  Illinois  University,  DeKalb,  1969; 
Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York,  1970;  "California  Artists,"  Western 
Association  of  Art  Museums  (traveling  exhibition),  1970;  "36th  An- 
nual," Butler  Institute  of  American  Art,  Youngstown,  Ohio,  1972;  "Bay 
Area  Artists  Exhibition/Sale,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1975,  1977.  Public 
collections  include:  Container  Corporation  of  America,  Chicago;  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco;  The  Oakland  Museum;  International  Banking 
Center,  Bank  of  America,  San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


72.  Jean  Hyson:  HUBRIS.  1976;  acrylic.  23-7/8 x  19-7/8' 
Location :  Main  Lobby. 


John  Ihle 


Born  Chicago,  Illinois,  1925.  Came  to  California  in  1952.  Studied: 
Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  B.F.A.,  1950;  studied  with  Maurice 
Lasansky,  University  of  Iowa,  1949;  Bradley  University,  Peoria, 
Illinois,  M.A.,  1951;  San  Francisco  State  University.  Selected 
awards:  Otis  Art  Institute,  Los  Angeles;  Society  of  American  Etch- 
ers, New  York;  Society  of  American  Graphic  Artists,  New  York; 
California  Society  of  Etchers,  San  Francisco;  The  Print  Qub,  Phila- 
delphia; Ford  Foundation,  San  Francisco;  Faculty  Research  Devel- 
opment Grant,  San  Francisco  State  University,  1973.  Selected  one- 
man  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  I960,  1966, 
1977 ;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts ,  California  Palace  of 
the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1962 ;  Hansen  Gallery  (now 
Hansen-Fuller  Gallery),  San  Francisco,  1964,  1968;  Henry  Art 
Gallery,  University  of  Washington,  1965;  Arizona  State  University, 
Tempe,  1967;  University  of  Alberta,  Edmonton,  1969;  Gallery  of 
Visual  Arts,  University  of  Montana,  Missoula,  1976.  Group  exhibi- 
tions include  over  23  national  and  international  print  exhibitions  and 
over  15  print  invitationals.  Commissions:  International  Graphic 
Arts  Society,  Pub.  Editions,  1957,  1%0,  1962;  Roten  Gallery, 
Baltimore,  Maryland,  1967;  Fairweather-Hardin  Gallery,  Chicago, 
Pub.  Edition,  1968.  Public  collections  (selected):  Library  of  Con- 
gress, Washington,  D.C. ;  The  Brooklyn  Museum;  Chicago  Art 
Institute;  National  Gallery  of  Art,  Washington,  D.C;  Walker  Art 
Center,  Minneapolis;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modem  Art; 
Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco;  New  York  Public  Library;  The 
Oakland  Museum;  Cleveland  Museum  of  Art.  Resides  Mill  Valley, 
California.  Professor  of  Art,  San  Francisco  State  University,  1968 
to  date. 


73.  John  Ihle;  DEJEUNER  AU  BORD  DE  LA  MER.  1974.  c  v  - - 

etching  {ed.  20),  28 x  22^/i  ".  location:  I -<tnd thnugboul  MeJtc^  Ctmter 


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74.  Beverly  Jaeger;  HERMAN,  1976:  oil,  I8V2X  32'.'      Location:  2-Bl. 


Beverly  Jaeger 

Born  New  York  City,  1949.  Came  to 
California  in  1974.  Studied:  Tyler 
School  of  Art  of  Temple  University,  Phil- 
adelphia, B.F.A.,  1970;  Washington 
University,  St.  Louis,  Missouri;  Insti- 
tute for  Sociotherapy  (art  therapy 
studies).  New  York.  One- woman  exhibi- 
tions: Shazzam,  New  York,  1974;  Bank 
of  America,  Noe  Valley  Branch,  San 
Francisco,  1977;  Omphale  Headlands, 
Sausalito,  1978.  Group  exhibitions  in- 
clude: 39  East  20th  St.,  New  York, 
1973;  Women's  Art  Center,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1975;  Southern  Exposure  Gallery, 
Project  Artaud,  San  Francisco,  1976; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1976-1978;  "Living  Waters,"  A.I. R. 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1977;  Marina 
View  Gallery,  Fort  Mason,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1977;  Oceanic  Society,  Fort 
Mason,  San  Francisco,  1977 ;  Cellar  of 
Fine  Arts,  San  Mateo,  1977.  Resides 
San  Francisco,  California. 


Randy  James 

Born  Lima,  Ohio,  1949.  Came  to 
California  in  1971.  Studied:  An- 
tioch  College,  Yellow  Springs, 
Ohio,  B.A. ;  San  Jose  City  College 
(courses  in  laser  technology). 
Group  exhibitions  include :  "Holo- 
graphy and  Laser  Art  of  the  Bay 
Area,"  San  Jose  State  University, 
1974;  Sutton-Ross  Gallery,  Oak 
Ridge,  Tennessee,  1975;  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976; 
"Through  the  Looking  Glass,"  Mu- 
seum of  Holography,  New  York, 
1976;  "Picture  This,"  Museum  of 
Modern  Art,  New  York,  1977; 
Traveling  Exhibition,  Museum  of 
Holography,  New  York,  1977.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California. 


75.  Randy  Jatnes;  UNTITLED,  1976;  photogram,  13Vax  19V*  '■' 
Location :  2-A  Hallway. 


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Bill  Jefferson 

Born  Wisconsin  Rapids.  Wiscon 
sin,  1948.  Came  to  California  in 
1971.  Studied:  University  of 
Michigan,  B.  A.  (History);  no  for 
mal  schooling  in  art.  One-man  ex 
hibitioas:  Chez  Jacques  Gallery 
Ann  Arbor,  Michigan,  1970 
1971 ;  Lucien  Labaudt  Gallery, 
San  Francisco,  1974.  Group  ex 
hibitions:  Annua!  San  Francisco 
Arts    Festival,    1972- 1976 
"Black  and  White  Drawing 
Show."San  Francisco  An  Comis 
si  on  Gallery,  "Qpricorn  Asun 
der,"  1976;  "Art  for  Giving  anc 
Collecting,"  San  Francisco  Mu 
seum  of  Modern  Art,  1977.  Re 
sides  San  Francisco,  California 


76.  Bill  Jefferson;  CASTRO  STREET  SCENE,  1976;  ink  on  illustration  board,  20  x  26 ',' 

Location:  7- A  Group  Room. 


Marie  Johnson 


Born  Baltimore,  Maryland.  Came  to  California  in  1954.  Studied: 
Morgan  State  College,  Baltimore,  Maryland,  B.A.,  1952;  San  Jose 
State  University,  M.A.,  1968;  Stanford  University,  1969;  San 
Francisco  State  University  (Ph.D.  Equivalency),  1977.  Awards: 
Artist  Exhibition  Award  in  conjunction  with  Annual  San  Francisco 
Arts  Festival,  1977.  Selected  one- woman  exhibitions:  Lucien 
Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1964;  San  Jose  State  University, 
1968;  William  Sawyer  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971;  Triton  Mu- 
seum of  Art,  Santa  Clara,  1973;  Howard  University,  Washington, 
D.  C. ,  1 974 ;  Selma  Burke  Art  Center  (sponsored  by  Carnegie  Foun- 
dation), Pittsburg,  1975.  Two-person  exhibitions:  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art  (with  Betye  Saar),  1977.  Selected  group 
exhibitions:  Expo  70,  Osaka,  Japan,  1970;  "The  Black  Experi- 
ence," Occidental  College,  Los  Angeles,  1971;  "Contemporary 
Black  Dimensions,"  De  Saisset  Art  Gallery,  University  of  Santa 
Clara,  1971;  "The  Black  Experience — Seven  California  Artists," 
San  Jose  State  University,  1971 ;  "Eleven  from  California,"  Studio 
Museum,  New  York;  "Three  Assemblage  Interpretations,"  Brock- 
man  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1972;  "Black  Mirror,"  Womanspace 
Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1973;  "Four  Black  Artists,"  San  Jose  State 
University,  1973;  "Blacks:  USA:  1973,"  New  York  Cultural 
Center,  1973;  "WestCoast,  '74 — The  Black  Image,"  E.B.  Crocker 
Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1974;  "Directions  in  Afro-American 
Art,"  Cornell  University,  Ithaca,  New  York,  1974;  "Five  Black 
Women,"  Illinois  State  University,  1975;  "Other  Sources:  An 
American  Essay,"  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976.  Public  com- 
mission :  District  Health  Center  #3  (under  San  Francisco  City  and 
County's  2%  for  Art  Enrichment  Program),  1968.  Public  col- 
lections include :  Triton  Museum  of  Art,  Santa  Clara ;  San  Jose  State 
University;  The  Oakland  Museum;  Johnson  Publications,  Chi- 
cago; San  Jose  City  College.  Currently,  Associate  Professor  of  Art, 
San  Francisco  State  University.  Resides  Pacifica,  California. 


77.  Marie  Johnson;  SAN  FRANCISCO  FAMILY  CIRCLE.  1976 
mixed  media  bas-relief  72x  72' '.    Location  Main  Lobby 


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Karl  Kasten 


Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1916.  Studied:  Uni- 
versity of  California,  B.A.,  M.A.;  University  of  Iowa; 
Hans  Hoffman  School,  Provincetown,  Massachusetts. 
Awards:  Creative  Arts  Institute  Fellowship,  1964, 
1971 :  Tamarind  Lithography  Workshop  Fellowship, 
1968 ;  Humanities  Research  Fellowship,  University  of 
California,  Berkeley,  1975 ;  Regents  Faculty  Fellow- 
ship, University  of  California,  Berkeley,  1977.  Se- 
lected one-man  exhibitions:  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1959;  Musee  des 
Beaux  Arts,  Rennes,  France,  1959;  Oakland  Art  Mu- 
seum, 1962;  Galerie  Breteau,  Paris,  1961;  John 
Bolles  Gallery,  1968,  1971,  1973;  E.B.  Crocker  Art 
Gallery  ,  Sacramento,  1969;  Turkish- American  Gal- 
lery, Ankara,  1975;  Achenbach  Foundation  for 
Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco,  1975 ;  University  of  Alaska 
Museum,  Fairbanks,  1976;  Valley  Art  Gallery,  Wal- 
nut Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery  and  Theatre,  and  Walnut  Creek  Li- 
brary, 1978.  Selected  group  exhibitions  include:  Art  Institute  of 
Chicago,  1946;  Metropolitan  Museum  of  Art,  New  York,  1950; 
Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  1952;  Biennial  Exhibition,  Sao 
Paulo,  Brazil,  1955,  1961 ;  "West  Coast  Artists,"  Auckland  City 
Art  Gallery,  New  Zealand,  1962;  Galerita,  Milan,  Italy,  since 
1971 ;  "California  in  Print,"  Van  Straaten  Gallery,  Chicago,  1974; 
"Prints  California,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1975;  Dedication  Print 
Exhibition,  University  of  Texas,  1976.  Selected  public  collections: 


lJ 


78.  Knrl  Kaslen .  LUCKY  WAY,  1974;  collograph  {ed.  20),  22V*x30': 
Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


New  York  Public  Library;  The  Oakland  Museum;  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York; 
Pasadena  Art  Museum  (now,  Norton  Simon  Museum  of  Art  at 
Pasadena);  Victoria  and  Albert  Museum,  London;  Musee  des 
Beaux  Arts,  Rennes,  France;  Los  Angeles  County  Museum  of  Art; 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco;  M.  H.  de  Young  Memorial  Mu- 
seum, San  Francisco.  Professor  of  Art,  University  of  California, 
Berkeley.  Resides  Berkeley,  California. 


David  Kessler 

Born  Teaweck,  New  Jersey,  1950.  Came  to  California  in  1972. 
Studied:  Arizona  State  University,  B.F.A.,  1972;  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  M.F.A.,  1975.  Selected  awards:  Faculty  Medallion  of 
Merit,  Arizona  State  University,  1972;  Davidson  College  Special 
Purchase  Award,  Davidson  National  Print  and  Drawing  Competi- 
tion, North  Carolina,  1975;  Purchase  Award,  "Drawings  USA," 
Minnesota  Museum  of  Art,  1975;  Purchase  Award,  "American 
Drawings  1976,"  Portsmouth  Community  Arts  Center,  Virginia 
(traveling  exhibition),  1976;  Purchase  Award,  California  State 
Exposition  and  Fair,  1977.  One-man  exhibitions:  Arizona  State 
University,  Tempe,  Arizona,  1973;  ADI  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1976;  Gallery  4,  Alexandria,  Virginia,  1977.  Selected  group  exhi- 
bitions: "Drawings  USA,"  Minnesota  Museum  of  Art,  1975 ;  "A 
Classic  Revival,"  Illinois  Bell  Telephone  (traveling  exhibition), 
1975 ;  "Top  Drawers,"  John  Michael  Kohler  Arts  Center,  Sheboy- 
gan, Wisconsin,  1976;  "American  Drawings  1976,"  Portsmouth 
Community  Arts  Center,  Virginia,  1976;  "The  Human  Image  in 
American  Art  in  the  70's,"  John  Michael  Kohler  Arts  Center,  She- 
boygan, Wisconsin,  1977;  United  States  Information  Agency, 
Traveling  tour  to  Japan  of  50  American  printmakers,  1977-1978. 
Public  collections  (selected) :  Brooklyn  Museum  of  Art,  New  York ; 
Minnesota  Museum  of  Art,  St.  Paul;  Phoenix  Art  Museum;  Uni- 
versity of  Minnesota,  Minneapolis ;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art; 
United  States  Embassy,  Tokyo;  AT&T,  New  York;  Illinois  Bell 
Telephone,  Chicago;  Arco,  Los  Angeles;  Clorox  Corporation,  Oak- 
land; Crown  Zellerbach,  San  Francisco;  IBM,  Los  Angeles  and  San 
Francisco;  ITEL  Corporation,  Washington,  D.C.  Resides  San 
Leandro,  California. 


79.  DavidKessler;  REFLECTED  OBSERVER,  1975;  color  pencil,  38x25  '.' 
Location :  Main  Lobby. 


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80.  Robert  Kingsbury;  PHOENIX,  1969;  laminated  redwood,  94x36'.' 
Location:  2-Cafeteria, 


Robert  Kingsbury 

Born  Detroit,  Michigan,  1924.  Came  to  California  in  1958. 
Studied:  University  of  Michigan,  Bachelor  of  Design,  1951; 
Swedish  State  School  of  Art,  Stockholm,  1951-1955;  studied  with 
Robert  Nilsson  in  Stockholm.  One-man  exhibition:  Galerie  de 
Tours,  San  Francisco,  1963.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Institute  Annual,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1%3; 
California  Design  9  Triennial,  Pasadena  Art  Museum  (now,  Nonon 
Simon  Museum  of  Art  at  Pasadena),  1965;  Valley  Art  Galler\-,  Wal- 
nut Creek,  1965;  California  State  University  at  Hayward,  1964- 
1966;  Art  in  Architecture  Invitational,  San  Jose  State  University. 
1966;  Marin  County  Civic  Center,  San  Rafael,  1965;  American 
Crafts  Council,  New  York  (traveling  exhibition),  1966;  Museum  of 
Contemporary  Crafts.  New  York,  1968;  "California  Design  10," 
Pasadena  Art  Museum,  1968;  San  Fernando  Valley  State  College, 
San  Fernando,  1969.  Public  commissions:  Fireplace  Frieze,  Domus 
Student  Hotel,  Stockholm;  Cathedra  (Bishop's  Chair)  and  two 
Credence  Tables,  Grace  Cathedral,  San  Francisco;  Baptismal  Font, 
Hope  Lutheran  Church,  Colma,  California.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


Dale  Kistemaker 

Born  Cleveland,  Ohio,  1948.  Came  to  California  in  1973.  Studied: 
Ohio  State  University,  B.A.,  1972;  San  Francisco  State  University. 
M.A.,  1975;  assistant  to  Don  Worth.  1975-1977.  Taught:  San 
Francisco  State  University.  Awards:  Purchase  Prize.  "Light  II.'* 
Humboldt  State  University,  1977.  One-man  exhibitions:  Silver 
Image  Gallery,  Columbus,  Ohio.  1972,  1976;  Gallen.-  of  Photo- 
graphic Arts,  Cleveland,  Ohio,  1977;  13x15  Gallery.  Webster 
Groves,  Missouri,  1977;  Mercer  College.  Macon.  Georgia.  1977. 
Group  exhibitions :  "Photoexpressions  by  Six  Ohio  Photographers." 
State  Capitol  building,  Columbus.  Ohio,  1972  1973;  "8th  Annual 
Refocus,"  University  of  Iowa,  Iowa  City.  1972;  Focuserie  National 
Photographic  Competition,  Erie.  Pennsylvania.  1973;  "Photog- 
raphy as  Fine  Art,"  United  States  Information  Agency  (traveling  ex- 
hibition), 1974;  Lamkin  Camera  Work  Galler)-.  Fairfax.  1975; 
"Light  II,"  Humboldt  State  University.  1977;  "New  Photo- 
graphics,"  University  of  Washington.  Seattle.  1977;  "Pictures." 
Diablo  Valley  College.  Pleasant  Hill.  1978.  Public  collections  in 
elude:  Ohio  State  Uni%'ersity  Archives.  Columbus;  Humboldt  State 
University  Archives,  Areata.  California.  Resides  San  Francisco. 
California.  Currently  teaching  at  Chabot  Community  College.  Hay- 
ward,  and  Cit}'  College  of  San  Francisco. 


Dak  Kistemaker;  THE  CONSERVATORY,  1973;  black  and  whiU  photograph,  4V2X  18': 
Location:  2 -A3. 


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Toby  Judith  Klayman 

BornProvidence,  Rhode  Island,  1935.  Came  to  California 
in  1966.  Studied:  Brandeis  University  (with  Peter 
Grippe),  B.A.  Awards:  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1969.  One- woman  exhibitions: 
John  Bolles  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971,  1974;  Mar- 
quoit  Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1972;  Hern  Gallery,  Palo 
Alto,  1973;  Morris  Gambs  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1974;  Rubicon  Gallery,  Los  Altos,  1975.  Selected  group 
exhibitions:  John  Bolles  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970, 
1973;  Palo  Alto  Print  Invitational,  Palo  Alto  Cultural 
Center,  1973;  Brentano's  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1975; 
"Black  &  White  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission 
Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1976;  Gallery  Opening 
Group  Show,  Tyson  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1976;  "Con- 
temporary Issues :  Works  by  Women  on  Paper,"  Women's 
Building,  Los  Angeles  (traveling  exhibition),  1977;  "Bay 
Area  Artists  Exhibition  &  Sale,"  The  Oakland  Museum, 
1977;  "Downtown  Dog  Show,"  Fine  Arts  Museums 
Downtown  Center,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Public  collec- 
tions include :  Raychem  Corporation,  Menlo  Park,  Cali- 
fornia; Syntex  Corporation,  Menlo  Park,  California;  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


83.  Toby  Judith  Klayman;  SANJI.  1972;  serigraph,  a/p,  36x  36  '.' 
Location:  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria  and  Administration. 

Photo :  Ned  Topham  &  Ilka  Hartman 


Freda  Kohlick 

Born  San  Francisco,  California.  Studied:  City  College  of  San  Fran- 
cisco and  San  Francisco  State  University,  1938-1941;  Plastic  In- 
dustries Technical  College,  Los  Angeles,  1941-1943.  Awards: 
Louis  Comfort  Tiffany  Grant-in- Aid,  1969  1970;  John  Simon 
Guggenheim  Fellowship  in  Sculpture,  1970-1971;  Apprentice 
Grant,  National  Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1976.  One-woman  exhi- 
bitions: Henry  Art  Gallery,  University  of  Washington,  Seattle, 
1964;  American  Institute  of  Architects,  San  Francisco,  1964; 
Museum  of  Contemporary  Crafts,  New  York,  1968;  Arizona 
State  University,  Tempe,  1970;  Lane-Epstein  Gallery,  Houston, 
1970;  Fountain  Art  Gallery,  Portland,  Oregon,  1971;  Fresno 
Art  Center,  California,  1971 ;  Benson  Gallery,  Long  Island,  New 
York,  1976;  Francisco  St.  Studio  Exhibition,  1977.  Selected  group 


exhibitions :  United  States  Government  Department  of  State  (travel- 
ing exhibition),  1961 ;  San  Jose  State  University,  1962;  Museum  of 
Contemporary  Crafts,  New  York,  1962-1964,  1966;  "Object 
U.S.A."  Johnson  Wax  Company  (traveling  exhibition),  1969  to 
date;  "Pierres  de  Fantasie,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1970.  Selected 
architectural  commissions,  1946-1963:  cast  acrylic  relief  with 
color.  Independence  Mall,  Philadelphia  (Pietro  Belluschi,  Archi- 
tect); cast  acrylic  lighting  forms.  Manufacturers  Trust  Company, 
Buffalo,  New  York  (Minoru  Yamasaki,  Architect);  cast  acrylic 
fountain.  City  of  Vallejo,  California  (Robert  Royston,  Landscape 
Architect) ;  acrylic  prismatic  constructed  piece  for  lighting.  Inter- 
national Building,  San  Francisco;  cast  acrylic  doors,  Sheraton- 
Dallas  Hotel,  Texas  (Welton  Becket  and  Associates,  Architects). 
Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


87.  Freda  KobUck 

Acrylic  Screen,  1977 
96x96x2" 

Location:  Out  Patient  Lobby 


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Lawrence  Compton  Kolawole 

Alsoworked  under  the  name,  L.  Compton.  Born  Beaumont,  Tcx;ts. 
1931.  Lived  in  California  1943- 1951;  1974  to  date.  Studied:  Cal 
iforniaSchoolof  Fine  Arts  (now,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute),  1949 
1951.  Awards:  included  in  "Who's  Who  in  American  Art,"  1976; 
"Who's  Who  in  the  West,"  9th  edition;  "Community  Leaders  and 
Noteworthy  Americans,"  9th  edition;  "Who's  Who  in  America," 
40th  edition.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions  include:  Markischen 
Museum  der  Stadt,  Witten,  Germany,  1971;  Galerie  Dimitrios. 
Amsterdam,  1972;  Galerie  55,  Paris,  1973;  one-nun  show  pavil 
ion  at  "Art  Actuel,"  Brussels,  Belgium,  1974;  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1975.  Selected  group 
exhibitions:  Harbstsalon  Hausder  Kunst,  Munich,  Germany. 
1966;  State  Museum,  Trier,  Germany,  1969;  International  Art 
Market,  Cologne,  Germany,  1971 ;  International  Art  Market  Paint 
Show,  Dusseldorf,  Germany,  1974;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1975.  Public  collections :  Insel-film,  Munich,  Germany; 
Muiska-Museum,  Munich;  Stadt  Witten  Museum,  Germany;  Len- 
bach  House  City  Gallery,  Munich;  National  Graphic  Colltxiion, 
Munich;  Nigerian  Art  Association,  Lagos.  Resides  San  Frarj- 
Cisco,  California. 


89.  Lawrence  Compton  Kolawok;  BLUE'S  DREAM,  1974; 
serigraph,  1 7/1 7,  32x24'  '■       Location :  2- A  Halltmy. 


Ray  Lauzzana 


Bom  Detroit,  Michigan,  1941.  Qme  to  California  in  19^0. 
Studied:  University  of  Michigan.  B.A..  1%5;  Wayne  State 
University,  Detroit,  M.S.,  1970;  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts.  Oakland.  1971.  One-man  exhibitioas:  MaKina 
Miller  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1972.  Group  exhibitions: 
Albright-Knox  Gallery.  Buffalo.  New  York;  Achcnhach 
Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts.  California  Palace  d  the  Legion 
of  Honor.  San  Francisco;  San  Francisco  Museum  erf  Art; 
Henry  Art  Gallery,  University  of  Washington.  Seattle: 
Museum  of  Modern  Art.  New  York ;  Krannert  Art  Mu^'  " 
University  of  Illinois.  Champaign;  University  d  1- '  ■ 
Austin;  Art  Center.  Grand  Rapids,  Michigan;  The  Oakland 
Museum;  Cincinatti  Art  Museum;  Pratt  lastitute.  New- 
York;  Malvina  Miller  Gallery.  San  Francisco.  Publk  coUec 
tions:  The  Oakland  Museum;  Vancouver  Art  Gallery;  Phil 
lips  Academy,  Andover,  Massachusetts;  Museum  erf  Modem 
Art,  New  York;  First  National  Bank,  Portland.  Resides 
Berkeley,  California. 


90.  Ray  Lauzzana;  THE  LAST  OF  THE  UNREAUSTS,  1974; 
color  etching  on  plexiglass  {ed.  20),  21  x  27'! 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


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James  Thomas  Lawrence 

Bom  Baltimore,  Maryland,  1947.  Came  to  California  in  1971. 
Studied:  Maryland  Institute,  Baltimore,  B.F.A.,  1965;  California 
College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  M.F.A.,  1970.  Awards:  Hon- 
orable Mention,  Alameda  County  Fair,  Pleasanton,  1972;  Third 
Prize,  Alameda  County  Fair,  Pleasanton,  1973.  Group  exhibitions: 
Black  Artists  Group  Show,  Humboldt  State  University,  Areata, 
1974 ;  Hayward  Area  Festival  of  the  Arts,  Inc. ;  Collectors'  Gallery, 
The  Oakland  Museum,  1976;  Earth  'n  Arts  Gallery,  Oakland, 
1977;  Drawing  Department  Faculty  Show,  California  College  of 
Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1977, 1978;  Ethnic  Artists  Group  Show, 
Olney  College,  Hayward,  1978.  Resides  Oakland,  California. 


mm 


Elisa  Maria  Leptich 

Bom  Copenhagen,  Denmark,  1936.  Came  to  California  in  1957. 
Studied:  San  Frandsco  State  University,  B. A.,  1971;  M.A.,  1973. 
Taught  San  Francisco  Community  College  District,  1973  to  date. 
Awards  (selected):  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1971, 1975  ;  Best  in  Show,  Marin  County  Fair,  San  Rafael, 
1974;  First  Prize,  San  Mateo  County  Fair,  1975;  Second  Prize, 
Califomia  State  Fair,  Sacramento,  1975;  Cash  Award,  "Surface  & 
Image,"  Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1976;  Cash  Award, 
Crocker-Kingsley  Annual,  E.B.  Crocker 
Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1977;  Pur- 
chase Award,  San  Francisco  Interna- 
tional Airport  (under  San  Francisco  City 
and  County's  "2%  for  Art  Enrichment" 
Program),  1977.  One-woman  exhibi- 
tions: Union  Gallery,  San  Jose  State  Uni- 
versity, 1976;  Avalon's  Upstairs  Gal- 
lery, Alameda,  California,  1977.  Group 
exhibitions  (selected) :  "The  New  Mas- 
ters," Syntex  Gallery,  Palo  Alto,  1973; 
San  Francisco  State  University,  1973; 
Califomia  State  Fair,  Sacramento,  1973- 
1975;  "An  Exposition,"  San  Francisco 
Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn 
Asunder,"  1973;  Hoffman  Gallery, 
Portland,  Oregon,  1974;  "S.W.A.P.," 
SanFrandsco  Art  Institute,  1974;  "Sur- 
face and  Image,"  Walnut  Creek  Civic 
Arts  Gallery,  1976;  "Bicentennial 
Landscape  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Com 
mission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder," 
1976;  "Touching  All  Things,"  Walnut 
Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1977; 
Crocker-Kingsley  Annual,  E.B.  Crocker 
Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1977.  Resides 
Alameda,  California. 


92.  James  Thomas  Lawrence;  BRAIDING  RITUAL,  1977;  prismacolor, 

pencil,  wash,  20x  15'-  Location:  2-AI5. 


93.  Elisa  Leptich,  HIGH  SIERRA  SUNSET,  1976;  oil  on  canvas.  42  x  ■ 

Location :  2-Conference  Room  I 


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94.  Carlos  Loarca;  Untitled  Mural,  1974;  mosaic,  96  x  240' 
Location:  3-Courtyard  {Mechanical  Building) 


Carlos  Loarca 

Born  Quezaltenange,  Guatemala,  1937.  Came  to  California  in 
1964.  Studied:  John  Adams  Adult  School,  San  Francisco  Commu- 
nity College  District  (with  Elio  Benvenuto),  1964-1965;  J.  Mast- 
Bownd  Adult  School,  Philadelphia,  1965-1966;  Brigham  Young 
University,  Provo,  Utah,  1966-1967;  largely  self-taught  in  art. 
One-man  exhibitions:  Quezaltenange,  Guatemala,  1965;  Galeria 
de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  Chabot  College,  Hayward,  1971 ; 
Nanny  Goat  Hill  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973.  Two-man  exhibi- 
tions: University  of  San  Francisco  (with  Homero  Herrera),  1972; 
Canada  College,  Redwood  City  (with  Jerry  Concha),  1972 ;  Chabot 


College,  Hayward  (with  Oscar  de  Leon),  1974 ;  Galeria  de  la  Raza, 
San  Francisco  (with  Gustavo  Rivera),  1974.  Selected  group  exhibi- 
tions: "Fiesta  de  la  Raza,"  The  Oakland  Museum.  1970;  Group 
Exhibition,  The  Oakland  Museum,  1972;  "M.I.X.;  HI."  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1972;  "Cinco  de  Mayo  Exhibition."  San 
Jose  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  Casa  de  la  Cultura,  Guadalajara. 
Mexico,  1976;  "Dia  de  la  Raza,"  The  Mexican  Museum.  San 
Francisco,  1976;  "The  Fifth  Sun:  Traditional  and  Contemporar>- 
Chicano  Art,"  University  Art  Museum.  Berkeley.  1977.  Public 
collections :  Standard  Oil  Company  of  California.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


Donald  Longanecker 

Bom  Upland,  California,  1917.  Studied:  University  of  Cali- 
fornia at  Berkeley,  B.A.  Group  exhibitions:  "Bay  Area 
Photographers,"  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1955- 
1977.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California.  Works  as  a  medical 
photographer  for  the  University  of  California  at  San  Francisco 
General  Hospital. 


^9.  DonaU  Longanecker;  HIGH  UP.  1975 ;  black  and  whiu  pbotogrtph.  Ibx20" 
Location :  2-Chapel  Hallway  Photo  Donald  Longanttur 


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Ralph  Maradiaga 


Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1934.  Studied:  San  Francisco 
State  University,  B. A.,  M.A.;  Stanford  University,  M.A.  (in 
filmmaking).  Two-man  exhibition:  Galeria  de  la  Raza  (with 
Rupert  Garcia),  San  Francisco,  1971.  Selected  group  exhibi- 
tions: Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1970-1975; 
"M.I.X.  Graphics  I :  Prints,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1973;  Print  Club  Invitational,  Philadelphia,  1973;  "Posters 
and  Society,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  "Images  of 
an  Era:  The  American  Poster,  1945-1975,"  Smithsonian  Insti- 
tution, Washington,  D.C.  (traveling  exhibition),  1975;  "Bay 
Area  Chicano  Artists,"  organized  by  the  San  Mateo  Arts  Council 
(travelingexhibition),  1976;  "Raices  Antiguas/Visiones Nuevas 
— Ancient  Roots/New  Visions,"  Tucson  Museum  of  Art,  Ari- 
zona, 1977.  Public  collection :  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New 
York.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California.  Co-director  of  the 
Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco. 


100.  Ralph  Maradiaga;  EL  SOL  NUNCA  MUERE,  1973;  color serigraph, 
27/75,  24  X  21  Vi ' !  Location :  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration. 


Masashi  Matsumoto 

Born  San  Bruno,  California,  1942.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  B.FA.,  1972,  M.FA.,  1975.  Awards:  Work/Study 
Vocational  Rehabilitation  Grant,  California  State  Human  Resources 
Development,  1969;  Rockefeller/N.E.A.  Fellowship  in  Museum 


Education,  Fine  Arts  Museums  of  San  Francisco,  1975-1976.  Se- 
lected one-man  exhibitions :  Lucien  Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1975;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Annual,  16th  and  Folsom  Streets, 
1975-1976.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "Clocktower  Exhibit," 
Benicia  Art  Center,  California,  1976; 
"A  Tight  1 3  Minutes,"  Museum  of  Con- 
ceptual Art,  San  Francisco,  1976; 
"Other  Sources:  An  American  Essay," 
SanFrancisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  "101 
Toasters,"  La  MameUe  Art  Center,  San 
Francisco,  1976;  "The  Reno  Show," 
The  Nevada  Art  Gallery,  Reno,  1977; 
"Eyes  and  Ears  Billboard  Festival,"  San 
Francisco,  1977 ;  "Aesthetics  of  Graf- 
fiti," San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern 
Art,  1978.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


Masachi  Matsumoto;  THREE  DOORS,  1978;  acrylic  on  board,  12x20". 
Location:  7-B. 


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Robert 
McManus 

Bom  Belfast,  Ulster,  Ireland, 
1937.  Came  to  California  in 
1957.  Studied;  San  Francisco 
State  University',  B.A.,  M.A. 
Group  exhibition :  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festival, 
1976.  Resides  San  FrarxHsco, 
California. 


102.  Robert  McManus; 
INTERNATIONAL 
TRADEMARK.  1976; 
watercoloT,  22  x  30' '. 
Location:  G-Q3- 


Alex  McMath 


Bom  Clinton,  South  Carolina,  1945.  Came  to  California  in 
1968.  Studied:  Morehouse  College,  Atlanta.  Georgia,  B.A.. 
1968;  University  of  California,  Berkeley,  M.A.,  1970; 
M.F.A.,  1971.  Awards  (selected):  Eisner  Prize,  Art  Depart- 
ment, University  of  California,  Berkeley.  1971;  First  Place 
Purchase  Award,  21st  Annual  South  Carolina  Guild  of  Art- 
ists Contest,  1971.  One-man  exhibitions:  University  of  Cal- 
ifornia Art  Museum,  Berkeley,  1971 ;  Clarence  White  Con- 
temporary Art  Gallery,  Chicago,  1976.  Group  exhibitions: 
"Highlights  of  the  Atlanta  University  Afro-American  An 
Permanent  Collection,"  The  High  Museum  of  Art.  Atlanu. 
Georgia,  1973;  "M.I.X. :  A  Third  World  Painting/Sculpture 
Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  "Other 
Sources;  An  American  Essay."  San  Francisco  Art  Institute, 
1976;  "Line  and  Mass,"  Clarence  White  Contemporary  Art 
GaUeo',  Chicago,  Illinois,  1978;  "Aesthetics  of  Graffiti."  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art.  1978.  Art  Instructor. 
College  of  Marin,  Kentfield,  California,  1976  to  date.  Re 
sides  San  Francisco,  California. 


103.  Alex  McMath;  BUCOUC  FUGHT  *2;  pen  and  ink,  30x  22>/i ' '. 
Location:  7-B. 


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John  Douglas  Mercer 

Born  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  1945.  Came  to 
California  in  1973.  Studied:  Arizona  State 
University,  Tempe,  M. A.,  1972,  M.F.A., 
1973.  One-man  exhibitions:  Lucas  Gal- 
lery, San  Francisco,  1974;  Creative  Eye 
Photo  Gallery,  Sonoma,  1974,  1976;  The 
Annex  Gallery,  Santa  Rosa,  1975;  Shado 
Gallery,  Oregon  City,  Oregon,  1975; 
Modesto  Junior  College,  California, 
1975;  Focus  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1976.  Two-man  exhibition:  Northwest 
Missouri  State  University,  Maryville, 
1973.  Group  exhibitions  (selected):  Ari- 
zona Biennial  Photography  Exhibition, 
Phoenix  Art  Museum,  1972;  Modesto  Jr. 
College  Art  Gallery,  California,  1974; 
"Foto  Folio,"  Cascade  Gallery,  Seattle, 
Washington,  1974,  1975;  "Photographic 
Directions,"  College  Art  Gallery,  State 
University  College,  New  Paltz,  New 
York,  1974;  "Photo-Postcard  1975," Cre- 
ative Eye  Photo  Gallery,  Sonoma,  1975; 
"7  Bay  Area  Photographers,"  San  Fran- 
cisco Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn 
Asunder,"  1976;  Gallery  F-22,  Santa  Fe, 
New  Mexico,  1977.  Resides  Sonoma, 
California. 


104.  John  Douglas  Mercer;  UNTITLED  #/,  1973-1976;  black  and  white  photograph,  lOx  12 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria 


Mansaku  Minashima 

Bom  Hokaido,  Japan,  1923.  Came  to  California  in  1965. 
Studied:  Musashino  Art  University,  Tokyo,  Japan.  Taught: 
Honda  Fashion  School,  Fukuoka,  Japan,  1959  1965. 
Awards:  Westwood  Art  Association,  Los  Angeles,  1967; 
Westside  Jewish  Community  Center,  Los  Angeles,  1969. 
One-man  exhibitions:  Comara  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1968, 
1970,  1971,  1975;  Thoa  Gallery,  Fukuoka,  Japan,  1973, 
1976.  Group  exhibitions:  "Twenty-two  Contemporary  Art- 
ists of  Southern  California,"  Palm  Springs  Desert  Museum, 
California,  1968 ;  "Contemporary  American  Paintings  and 
Sculpture,"  Krannert  Art  Museum,  University  of  Illinois. 
Champaign,  1969;  "San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Centennial," 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1971;  "Japanese  Artists  in 
the  Americas,"  National  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  Tokyo, 
Japan  (traveling  exhibition),  1973.  Public  collections:  Fuku- 
han  Kaihatsu  Co.,  Japan;  Honda  Fashion  School,  Fukuoka, 
Japan;  Gisen  Corporation,  Los  Angeles  and  Japan.  Resides 
Los  Angeles,  California. 


106.  Mansaku  Minashima;  UNTITLED  lU,  1976;  oil,  46x46". 
Location:  1 -Emergency  Entrance. 


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Arthur  Monroe 

Born  New  York,  1935.  Came  to  California  in  1957.  Studied: 
City  College,  New  York;  Brooklyn  Museum  Art  School;  Uni- 
versity of  California,  Berkeley;  Pratt  Institute.  Awards:  Pratt 
Institute  Scholarship,  1947;  Brooklyn  Museum  Art  School 
Scholarship,  1956;  Merit  Award,  Black  Expo  '72,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1972.  One-man  exhibitions :  Vorpal  Galleries,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1971,  1973;  Berkeley  Rainbow  Sign  Gallery,  Berkeley, 
1974.  Selected  group  exhibitions :  Seattle  World's  Fair,  1962; 
City  Lights  Bookstore,  San  Francisco,  1962;  Cellini  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1968;  Dr.  Wennesland's  Collection,  American  Sal- 
vage Company,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  "New  Perspectives  in 
Black  Art,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1971 ;  De  Saisset  Art  Gal- 
lery, University  of  Santa  Clara,  1971 ;  University  of  Iowa,  Iowa 
City,  1971;  Southern  Illinois  University,  1972;  Dr.  Wennes- 
land's Collection,  Christiansand,  Norway,  1972;  Illinois  Bell 
Telephone  (traveling  exhibition),  1972;  Black  Expo  '72,  Brooks 
Hall,  San  Francisco,  1972 ;  "M.I.X. :  A  Third  World  Painting/ 
Sculpture  Exhibition,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern 
Art,  1974;  Director  of  Exhibitions  for  United  States  Zone, 
International  Festival,  Lagos,  Nigeria,  1977.  Public  collec- 
tions: Cathedral  School,  Christiansand,  Norway;  The  Oak- 
land Museum;  De  Saisset  Art  Gallery,  University  of  Santa 
Clara.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California.  Curator  of  Exhibi- 
tions, African- American  Historical  and  Cultural  Society, 
San  Francisco. 


Robert  Moon 

Born  Oregon  City,  Oregon,  1941.  Came  to  California  in 
1962.  Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1966,  B.EA., 
1969,  M.F. A.  One-man  exhibitions :  The  Oakland  Museum, 
1971 ;  Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1972.  Selected 
group  exhibitions :  "Three  Dimensional  Prints"  (three-man 
exhibition),  Richmond  Art  Center,  1969;  International 
Printmakers  Exhibition,  Moore  College  of  Art,  Philadelphia, 
1969;  "A  Selection  of  Young  Contemporary  Artists,"  Cali- 
fornia Arts  Commission  (now  California  Arts  Council),  Sac- 
ramento, 1969;  National  Print  Exhibition  Annuals,  San 
Diego  State  University,  1969,  1970;  Forty-First  Inter- 
national Exhibition,  Northwest  Printmakers,  Seattle,  1970; 
"Add  Painters  of  San  Francisco,"  Richmond  Art  Center, 
1970;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Centennial  (Graphics), 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1971;  Eleventh  Annual  Calgary  Graphics  Exhibition 
(award),  Canada,  1971;  "Edition  1971"  (award).  Walnut 
Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1971 ;  "Fantastic  Landscape,"  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1971;  "California Printmakers,"  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1972;  "Eat,"  Walnut  Creek  Civic 
Arts  Gallery,  1972;  "San  Francisco  Printmakers,"  Cincin- 
nati Museum  of  Art,  1973;  "Baja"  Exhibition,  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art  (traveling  exhibition),  1974.  Public  collec- 
tions: University  of  Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada;  Cincinnati 
Art  Museum;  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York;  Rich- 
mond Art  Center;  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco;  United 
States  Embassy  Collection,  United  States  Information 
Agency,  Washington,  D.C.  Resides  Woodacre,  California. 


107.  Arthur  Monroe:  ANCESTRAL  COIN,  1970;  ink  and  paper  on  board.  48  x  4A'- 

Location:  Building  1,  Room  148D. 


108.  Robert  Moon ;  LOCHNESS,  1 9  74;  lUhograph  (ed  20).  22^  jSO  ' 
Location:  1 -and throughout  Medical  Center. 


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David  Moore 


Born  Ste.  Marie,  Illinois,  1939.  Came  to  California  in  1964. 
Studied:  SanFrancisco  Academy  of  Art,  1964-1966.  Awards:  Pur- 
chase Award,  San  Francicso  Annual  Arts  Festival,  1969.  One-man 
exhibitions:  Penrin  Gallery,  Seattle,  Washington,  1970,  1972, 
1973;  Printmaker's  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971;  Gallery  22, 
Detroit,  1972;  Picture  Show  Gallery,  Cincinnati,  1975.  Two-man 
exhibition:  Reflections  Gallery,  Chicago,  1972.  Group  exhibition : 
John  Bolles  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1972.  Public  collection:  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


109.  David  Moore 

WILD  MUSTANG  IN  THE  GRAND  CANYON,  1974 
color  lithograph  {ed.  20)    22Va  x  16" 
Location:  1-and throughout  Medical  Center 


Victor  Moscoso 

BornLaCoruna,  Spain,  1936.  Came  to  California  in  I960.  Studied: 
Cooper  Union  College,  New  York,  1957;  Yale  University  (with 
Joseph  Albers),  B.F.A.,  1959;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute  (with 
Richard  Diebenkorn  and  Nathan  Oliveira),  M.A.,  1961.  Awards: 
Jose  Druis  Spanish  Portrait  Painters  Society,  1959;  Clio  Award  (for 
public  safety  animated  spot,  "Bicycle  Safety"),  1978.  Selected  one- 
man  exhibitions:  John  Bolles  Gallery,  SanFrancisco,  1961;  Gallery 
de  Silva,  Santa  Barbara,  1965  ;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1968; 
Thackrey  and  Robertson  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1975.  Selected 
group  exhibitions:  Moore  Gallery,  SanFrancisco,  1967;  "A  Poster 
Show,"  Museum  erf  Modern  Art,  New  York,  1967 ;  "San  Francisco 
Rock  Poster  Art,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1976. 
Public  collections  include:  National  Collection  of  Fine  Arts,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.;  Smithsonian  Institution,  Washington,  D.C. ;  Library 
of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C.  Resides  Woodacre,  California. 


110.  Victor  Moscoso 

METAMORPHOSIS,  1974 

hand  colored  lithograph  {ed.  20)    30  x  22" 

Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center 


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Luis  Alonso 
Munoz 

Bom  San  Salvador,  El  Salvador, 

1933.  Came  to  California  in  1%2. 
Studied:  Academy  d  Fine  Arts, 
San  Salvador,  El  Salvador,  1955. 
Exhibitions  include:  Casa  Hispana 
de  Bellas  Artes,  San  Francisco. 
1973;  Sheraton  Palace  Hotel.  San 
Francisco,  1973;  Redwood  City 
Fair,  1974;  Annual  San  Francisco 
Arts  Festival,  1974  1976;  Central 
American  Art,  Artists  Embassy, 
San  Francisco,  1976;  Skvline  Col- 
lege, Oakland,  1975,  1976;  "Du 
delaRaza,"  The  Mexican  Museum, 
San  Francisco,  1976;  University  of 
San  Francisco,  1977.  Public  coUec 
tion:  Guatemalan  Cultural  Q-nter, 
San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Fran 
Cisco,  California. 


111.  Luis  Alonso  Munoz;  REPOSE,  1976;  wood  carving,  24  x  35' 
Location:  2-Al. 


Junko  Nakamura 

Born  Fukuoka,  Japan,  19  i6.  Lived  in  California 
1970-1973.  Studied:  Educational  University. 
Fukuoka,  Japan.  Awards:  Mural  Commission, 
Summer  Outdoor  Mural  Project,  spoasorcd  by 
the  San  Francisco  M  useu m  of  A rt 's  M .  I .  X .  Pro- 
gram, 1972.  Group  exhibitions:  "Konnyaku 
Revolutionan.'  Art,"  San  Francisco  An  Com- 
mission Galler)'.  "Capricorn  Asunder."  1971; 
Groupexhibition:  Galerie  Albert  Magnus. 
Paris.  1974;  Vitry-sur-Seine.  France.  1977. 
Resides  Paris,  France. 


112.  Junko  Nakamura 

COMBING  WOMAN.  1976 
oil  37x34- 

Location :  2 -Conference  Room  I 


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Kenjilo  Nanao 


Born  Aomori,  Japan,  1929.  Came  to  California  in  1962. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  M.F.A.,  1970. 
Awards:  Ford  Foundation  Grant  for  study  at  Tamarind 
Lithography  Workshop.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions :  Santa 
Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1972;  Achenbach  Foundation  for 
Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Francisco,  1973;  Smith  Anderson  Gallery,  Palo  Alto,  1974, 
1977;  Hunt  Institute,  Carnegie-Mellon  University,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pennsylvania,  1975;  Richmond  Art  Center,  Rich- 
mond, 1977.  Two-person  exhibition  (with  Horace  Washing- 
ton), Redding  Museum  and  Art  Center,  California,  1978. 
Selected  group  exhibitions:  "San  Francisco  Area  Print- 
makers,"  Cincinnati  Art  Museum,  Ohio,  1973;  "Modern 
Printmakers,"  Rochester  Institute  of  Technology,  New  York, 
1974;  "New  Talent  in  Printmaking,"  AAA  Gallery,  New 
York,  1974;  National  Print  Invitational,  Anchorage, 
Alaska,  1974;  24th  Library  of  Congress  Exhibition,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  1975;  "10th  International  Biennal  of  Prints," 
Tokyo,  Japan,  1976;  "20th  National  Print  Exhibition," 
Brooklyn  Museum,  New  York,  1976;  "Printmakers:  Karl 
Kasten,  Kenjilo  Nanao,  James  Torlakson,"  Grosvenor 
Towers  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Public  collections  in- 
clude: Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York;  Brooklyn 
Museum  of  Art,  New  York;  Honolulu  Academy  of  Art, 
Hawaii;  The  Oakland  Museum ;  Library  of  Congress,  Wash- 
ington, D.C. ;  Cincinnati  Museum  of  Art,  Ohio ;  Free  Library 
of  Philadelphia;  Pasadena  Museum  of  Modern  Art  (now 
Norton  Simon  Museum  of  Art  at  Pasadena).  Resides  Berke- 
ley, California.  Currently  teaching  at  California  State  Uni- 
versity, Hayward. 


113.  Kenjilo  Nanao;  DAY  PLANT,  1974;  color  lithograph  {ed.  20),  20Vi  x  26' 
Location:  1 -and throughout  Medical  Center 


Eileen  Frances  Nelson 

Born  Chicago,  Illinois.  Came  to  California  in  1969. 
Studied:  Art  Institute  of  Chicago;  Institute  of  De- 
sign of  Illinois  Institute  of  Technology,  Chicago. 
One-woman  exhibitions :  State  Mutual  Bank,  Bev- 
erly Hills,  California,  1972,  1974;  KNXT 
Channel  2,  Hollywood,  1972 ;  Contemporary  Gal- 
lery, Los  Angeles,  1974;  Marin  Museum  Assoc- 
iation, Marin  Civic  Center,  San  Rafael,  1975; 
Lucian  Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1976. 
Group  exhibitions :  "Los  Angeles  1972:  A  Pano- 
rama of  Black  Artists,"  Los  Angeles  County  Mu- 
seum of  Art,  1972;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1976.  Public  collections:  Henry  Horner 
Boys  Club,  Chicago;  Ebony  Magazine  Art  Collec- 
tion, Chicago;  State  Mutual  Bank,  Beverly  Hills; 
St. Paul's PresbyterianChurch,  Los  Angeles;  A.T. 
Kearny  Co.,  Dusseldorf,  Germany.  Resides 
Novato,  California. 


114.  Eileen  Frances  Nelson;  SICKLE  CELL  ANEMIA,  1975;  mixed  media ,  48x48-: 
Location:  2-A6. 


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115.  Ruby  Newman ;  CHILDREN'S  MURAL  (right  side),  1977;  acrylic  on  wood,  51  x  126  ' 
Location:  6-M66. 


Ruby  Newman 

Born  Elizabeth,  New  Jersey,  1950.  Came  to  California  in  1973. 
Studied:  Carnegie-Mellon  University,  Pittsburg,  B.F.A.,  1973; 
Minneapolis  Institute  of  the  Arts,  Internship,  1973.  Award:  Fed- 
eral Revenue  Sharing  Monies  Grant  (augmented  with  funding  from 
Mr.  Harold  Zellerbach),  San  Francisco  Mural  Project,  1975. 


Murals:  "Come Together,"  Park  Branch  Library,  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Public  Mural  Projea  (in  collaboration  with  Selma 
Brown),  1975;  murals  for  California  Headstart  Programs  at  Chico 
Center,  1975,  Oakland  Center,  1976,  Los  Molinas  Center,  1976. 
Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Arthur  Okamura 

Born  Long  Beach,  California,  1932.  Smdied:  The  Art  Institute  of 
Chicago,  1950-1954;  University  of  Chicago,  1951,  1953,  1957; 
Summer  Art  Seminar,  Yale  University,  1954.  Awards:  Edward  L. 
Ryerson  Foreign  Travel  Fellowship,  1954;  Martin  Cahn  Award, 
Art  Institute  of  Chicago,  1957;  Neysa  McMein  Purchase  Award, 
Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York,  I960.  Selected  one- 
man  exhibitions:  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1958;  The 
Oakland  Museum,  1959;  La  Jolla  Museum  of  Contemporary  Art, 
1963;  Hansen  Gallery  (now,  Hansen-Fuller  Gallery),  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1964-1968;  Charles  Feingarten  Galleries,  Los  Angeles, 
1966,  1969,  1972,  1975;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1968; 
Hansen-Fuller  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971,  1974;  California  Col- 
lege of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1972;  Kent  State  University, 
Ohio,  1973;  Honolulu  Academy  of  Arts,  Hawaii,  1973.  Two-man 
exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modem  Art  (with  Matt 
Glavin),  1968 ;  Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery  (with  John  Rosen- 
baum),  1975.  Selected  group  exhibitions :  "American  Exhibition," 
Art  Institute  of  Chicago,  1957,  1959;  "Art  in  Asia  and  the  West," 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1957;  "New  Talent,"  The  Ameri- 
can Federation  of  Arts,  1959;  "Fresh  Paint,"  M.H.  de  Young 
Memorial  Museum,  1958 ;  "Winter  Invitational,"  California  Palace 
of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1959;  Annual  Exhibitions , 
Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York,  1962-1964; 
"Pittsburgh  International,"  Museum  of  Art,  Carnegie  Institute, 
i967;  "M.I.X.:  A  Third  World  Painting/Sculpture  Exhibition," 
San  Francicso  Museum  of  Art,  1974.  Public  collections  include: 


Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art;  Art  Institute  of  Chicago;  Whitney 
Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York ;  Phoenix  Art  Museum :  San 
Francisco  Museumof  Modern  Art;  University  of  Illinois.  Urbana; 
Container  Corporation  of  America,  Chicago;  The  Oakland  Mu- 
seum; San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modem  Art.  Resides  Bolinas. 
California.  Professor  of  Fine  Arts,  California  College  of  Arts  and 
Crafts,  Oakland. 


116.  Arthur  Okamura:  TURTLE,  1976;  sand,  enamel,  prismacclor.  19^  s  2i  " 

Location:  2-AlO. 


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Tomiko  Okamura 


Born  Hiroshima,  Japan,  1932.  Came  to  California  in  1956.  No  for- 
mal schooling  in  art.  Selected  juried  exhibitions:  Burlingame  Art 
Show,  1974,  1975  (awards);  Holiday  Show,  Palo  Alto  Art  Club, 
1974-1976  (awards);  California  State  Fair,  Sacramento,  1974, 


1975  (awards);  Society  of  Western  Artists  Shows,  Citizens  Savings 
and  Loan  Association,  San  Francisco,  1975,  1976  (awards);  Society 
of  Western  Artists  Show,  Northern  California  Savings  and  Loan, 
Palo  Alto,  1976  (award);  Town  &  Country  Show,  Palo  Alto  Art 
Club,  1975  (award);  East  Bay  Watercolor  Society,  1976,  1977 
(awards);  Watercolor  Show,  Palo  Alto  Art 
Club,  1976  (award).  Public  collections: 
Citizens  Savings  and  Loan  Association,  San 
Francisco;  System  Industries,  Sunnyvale. 
Resides  Palo  Alto,  California. 


117.  Tomiko  Okamura 

WINTER  LANDSCAPE,  1976 

watercolor 

22x32'- 

Location:  2-B7 


Hajime  Okubo 

Born  Tokyo,  Japan,  1943.  Came  to  California  in 
1970.  No  formal  schooling  in  art.  Awards:  Gold 
Prize,  All  Japan  Workers  Art  Exhibition,  1967 ;  Sil- 
ver Prize,  Japan  Transportation  Art  Exhibition, 
1968;  Purchase  Award,  Annual  UNICEF  Interna- 
tional Calendar  Competition,  1976.  One-man  exhi- 
bitions: Itoh  Gallery,  Tokyo,  1965,  1966,  1968; 
Muramatsu  Gallery,  Tokyo,  1967 ;  Bizutsu  Shuppan 
Sha  Gallery,  Tokyo,  1969.  Selected  group  exhibi- 
tions: Humboldt  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971, 
1972;  Mural  Exhibition,  Hyatt  Regency  Hotel,  San 
Francisco,  1974;  "Bicentennial  Landscape  Exhibi- 
tion," San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Cap- 
ricorn Asunder,"  1976;  "Americana,"  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1976.  Public  collec- 
tions include:  Solomon  R.  Guggenheim  Museum, 
New  York ;  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art ; 
United  Nations,  New  York.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


118.  Hajime  Okubo,  VIVA  CALIFORNIA  (LANDSCAPE),  7976,  oiL  27x32Va' 
Location:  1-N15. 


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Emmy  Lou  Packard 

Born  Imperial  Valley,  California,  1914.  Studied:  with 
Diego  Rivera,  1928;  University  of  California,  Berke- 
ley, 1936;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1939-1970. 
Selected  awards:  Richard  Gump  Prize  for  Distin- 
guished Work,  1947;  Purchase  Prize,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1953,  1954,  1971;  Prize, 
San  Francisco  Women  Artists,  1955;  Prize,  California 
State  Fair,  Sacramento,  1961.  One-woman  exhibi- 
tions: Stendahl  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1941 ;  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1942 ;  Raymond  and  Raymond 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1942,  1945.  Group  exhibi- 
tions include:  Rotunda  Gallery,  City  of  Paris,  San 
Francisco,  1946;  Addison  Gallery  of  American  Art, 
Andover,  Massachusetts,  1948;  "Paintings  by  Robert 
McChesney,  Byron  Randall,  Emmy  Lou  Packard  and 
Edward  Corbett,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1949;  "American  Water  colors.  Drawings,  Prints," 
Metropolitan  Museum  of  Art,  New  York,  1952; 
Pushkin  Museum,  Moscow,  1964 ;  "Century  of  Cali- 
fornia Painting,"  Crocker  National  Bank,  California, 
1970.  Public  commissions:  85  foot  concrete  frieze. 
Student  Union  Building,  University  of  California, 
Berkeley,  1959;  75  foot  acrylic  mural.  Theatre  Foyer, 
Fresno  Convention  Center;  25  foot  carved  concrete 
wall.  Kaiser  Center,  Inc.,  Oakland.  Public  collections: 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Fran- 
cisco; Pushkin  Museum,  Moscow.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


120.  Emmy  Lou  Packard;  MORNING  IN  THE  VALLEY,  1974;  linoleum  cut  (ed.  20). 
26  X  4iy2 ' '.        Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 


Leroy  Wheeler  Parker 

Bom  Eagletown,  Oklahoma,  1941.  Came  to  California  in  1957. 
Studied:  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A., 
1966;  M.FA.,  1968.  Awards:  Honorable  Mention,  Lytton  Sav- 
ings, Oakland,  1966;  Third  Prize,  Lytton  Savings,  Oakland,  1967; 
Purchase  Award,  Alameda  County  Art  Commission,  1976.  One- 
man  exhibitions:  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland, 
1971 ;  Hampton  Galleries,  Auckland,  New  Zealand,  1973 ;  Govett 
Brewster  Galleries,  New  Plymouth,  New  Zealand,  1973;  Arts  and 
Crafts  Cooperative  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1974;  San  Jose  Museum  of 
Art,  1975;  Cabrillo  College,  Aptos,  California,  1976;  Wateroolor 
Gallery,  San  Jose,  1978.  Two-man  exhibition:  Bob  Limber  Gal- 
leries, Monterey,  1975.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "Bay  Area 
Faculty,"  College  of  Marin,  Kentfield,  1971 ;  "Show  of  Hands," 
California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1971 ;  Recent  Ac- 
quisitions, San  Jose  Civic  Gallery  (now,  San  Jose  Museum  of  Art), 
1972;  "California  Westerns,"  San  Jose  Civic  Gallery,  1972;  "Black 
Art  Faculty,"  Union  Gallery,  San  Jose  State  University,  1972;  Third 
World  Exhibition,  San  Jose  Civic  Gallery,  1972;  Faculty  Exhibition, 
San  Jose  State  University,  1973;  "An  Exposition,"  San  Francisco 
Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1973;  "life  Draw- 
ing Through  the  Years,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1973 ;  Group  Ex- 
hibition, The  Richmond  Art  Center,  1973;  "Spring  Special,"  Arts 
and  Crafts  Cooperative  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1974;  "America  IX,"  San 
Jose  Museum  of  Art  1977.  Public  collections :  San  Jose  Museum  of 
Art;  The  Oakland  Museum;  Alameda  County  Art  Commission. 
Resides  Lafayette,  California.  Instructor  in  Painting  and  Drawing, 
San  Jose  State  University. 


121.  Leroy  Wheeler  Parker;  LANDSCAPE  (COLOR  CELEBRATION).  1977; 
watercolor  on  paper,  30x22".  Location:  7- A  Group  Room. 


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Gary  Paterson 

Born  Schenectady,  New  York, 
1949.  Came  to  California  in  1972. 
Largely  self-taught  in  art.  Group  ex- 
hibitions include :  Institute  of  Con- 
temporary  Art,  Boston,  1972; 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festi- 
val, 1973,  1975,  1976;  KQED 
Art  Auction,  San  Francisco,  1975, 
1976 ;  Hayward  Area  Festival  of  the 
Arts,  1976.  Resides  Oakland, 
California. 


122.  Gary  Paterson 

OAKLAND  STROKE,  1975 

acrylic 

34x40" 

Location:  2  Conference  Room  HI 


Robbie  Plays 


Born  Hardin,  Montana,  1951.  Came  to  California  in 
1975.  Studied:  Instituteof  American  Indian  Arts,  Santa 
Fe,  New  Mexico,  1972-1973;  self-taught.  Group  exhi- 
bitions: Marin  County  Courthouse,  San  Rafael,  1975; 
Mt.  Diablo  School  District  (traveling  exhibition),  1975; 
"Circle  of  Tradition  and  Vision,"  Artists  Embassy  Gal- 
lery, San  Francisco,  1977.  Public  collection:  Native 
American  Center,  Mt.  Diablo  School  District.  Resides 
Oakland,  California. 


123.  Robbie  Plays;  POWER  SHIELD,  1978 
pencil  drawing,  9x8" 
Location:  2-Conference  Room  II 


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i 


George  Post 


Bom  Oakland,  California,  1906.  Studied:  California  School 
of  Fine  Arts  (now  San  Francisco  Art  Institute) ;  self-taught. 
Taught:  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland, 
1947-1972.  Selected  awards :  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1974;  Purchase  Award,  Jack  Lon- 
don Square  Annual,  1965,  1968;  Purchase  Award,  Water- 
color — ^U.S.A.,  1966;  First  Award,  Society  of  Western  Art- 
ists, Hall  of  Justice,  San  Francisco,  1975;  Second  Award, 
Society  of  Western  Artists  Annual,  San  Francisco,  1976, 
1977.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Museum 
ofArt,  1935, 1941;  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor, 
San  Francisco,  1940,  1945,  1960,  1965  (retrospective); 
Challis  Galleries,  Laguna  Beach,  1976,  1977;  Galerie  de 
Blanche,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Selected  group  exhibitions: 
Annual  Watercolor  Exhibitions,  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Art,  1939,  1940,  1942,  1945;  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial 
Museum,  San  Francisco,  1934,  1948,  1959;  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1939,  1950; 
Seattle  Art  Museum,  1941, 1942;  Gumps  Gallery,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1943,  1951  (two-man  exhibition  with  Lundy  Sieg- 
riest) ;  Denver  Art  Museum ;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art ; 
"200  Years  of  Watercolor  Painting  in  America,"  (commemorating 
the  Centennial  of  the  American  Watercolor  Society),  Metropolitan 
Museum  of  Art,  New  York,  1966;  "White  Paper  Painters,"  Fuller- 
ton  State  College,  1976.  Public  collections  (selected) :  Metropolitan 
Museum  of  Art,  New  York;  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 


125.  George  Post;  ALBION,  1976;  watercolor,  imx23V2".  Location:  2-A5. 

Honor,  San  Francisco ;  Seattle  Art  Museum ;  Fine  Arts  Gallery  of 
San  Diego;  Mills  College,  Oakland;  University  of  Oklahoma;  Cali- 
fornia Watercolor  Society ;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art ;  Walker 
Art  Center,  Minneapolis;  Bowdoin  College,  Maine;  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


Gilbert  Precivale 

BornMetz,  France,  1940.  Came  to 
California  in  1953.  Studied:  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  B.F.A., 
1968;  Stanford  University,  M.A., 
1970.  Awards:  Ford  Foundation 
Grant,  1969;  Carnegie  Foundation 
Grant,  1970;  Ford  Foundation 
Teaching  Grant,  Stanford  Univer- 
sity, 1970;  Winner  of  the  7th  An- 
nual Bay  Graphics  Regional  Com- 
petition, Helen  Euphrat  Gallery,  De 
Anza  College,  1978.  One-man  ex- 
hibitions: Triangle  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1973,  1974.  Group  ex- 
hibitions: Expo  '67,  Montreal, 
Canada,  1%7;  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute  Annual,  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1968;  "Line 
Drawing  Show,"  Dominican  Col- 
lege, San  Rafael,  1968;  M.A.  Can- 
didates Exhibition,  Stanford  Uni- 
versity, 1970;  "Bicentennial  Land- 
scape Show,"  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn 
Asunder,"  1976;  "Introductions," 
Triangle  Gallery,  1976.  Resides 
San  Francisco,  California. 


126.  Gilbert  Precivale ;  UNTITLED*;  acrylic  and  ink  on  plexiglass,  24  x  30' 


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Raimondo  Puccinelli 

Born  San  Francicso,  California,  1904.  Studied:  with 
Rudolph  Schaeffer;  principally  self-taught.  Awards: 
Honorary  Member  of  the  Academy  of  Art  and  Design, 
Florence,  Italy,  1970.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions: 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1938,  1941 ;  California 
Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1939; 
M.  H.  de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco, 
1944;  Institute  of  Arts  and  Letters,  New  York,  1953, 
1955,  1957;  Biblioteca  Nacional,  Bogota,  Colombia, 
1956;  Museu  d'Arte  Moderna,  Sao  Paolo,  Brasil, 
1956;  Museu  de  Bellas  Artes,  Rio  de  Janeiro,  Brasil, 
1956;  Galeria  Schneider,  Rome,  1957,  1960,  1963, 
1966;  Galeria  d'Arte,  "II  Castello,"  Milan,  Italy, 
1971.  Selected  group  exhibitions  since  I960:  Galeria 
Schneider,  Rome,  I960,  1964,  1968;  Museum  of 
Modern  Art,  New  York,  1961;  Pennsylvania  Acad- 
emy of  Art,  Philadelphia,  1961,  1963;  Corcoran  Gal- 
lery of  Art,  Washington,  D.C.,  1962;  II  Fiorino, 
Palazzo  Strozzi,  Florence,  Italy,  1966;  North  Carolina 
Museum  of  Art,  1966;  17th  Biennale  di  bronzetti  e 
d'arte  Triveneta,  Padova,  Italy,  1968.  Represented  in 
numerous  public  collections.  Resides  Florence,  Italy. 


127.  Raimondo  Puccinelli;  AMERICAN  BISON-BUFFALO,  1974;  porterville  diorite, 
32  X  24  X  12'.'   Location :  2-  Cafeteria  Patio 


Elizabeth  Quandt 

Born  Oxfordshire,  England,  1922.  Came  to  California  in  1944. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Instimte,  B.F.A.;  M.FA.,  1965-1969. 
Awards:  Who's  Who  in  American  Art,  1976-1977.  One-woman 
exhibitions:  Luden  Labaudt  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1954,  1956; 
John  BoUes  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  Bank  of  America  World 
Headquarters,  San  Francisco,  1972;  Santa  Rosa  City  Hall,  1973, 
1975 ;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of 
the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1975;  Ames  Gallery,  Berke- 
ley, 1976;  Smith  Andersen  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1977.  Selected 
group  exhibitions:  Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C.,  1944, 
1948;  Drawing  Invitational,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco,  1958;  "Four  Printmakers,"  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Art,  1971 ;  "California  in  Print,"  Van  Straaten  Gallery, 
Chicago,  1975 ;  "World  Print  Competition  '77,"  San  Francisco  Mu- 
seum of  Modern  Art,  1977;  National  Academy  of  Design,  New 
York,  1976,  1977;  Southwest  Print  and  Drawing  Competition,  Las 
Cruces,  New  Mexico,  1977 ;  Los  Angeles  Printmakers  Society  An- 
nual, Downey  Museum,  1977;  The  Boston  Printmakers,  De 
Cordova  Museum,  Lincoln,  Massachusetts,  1977;  Two-Person 
Exhibition,  Gallery  4,  Alexandria,  Virginia,  1977;  "California 
Society  of  Printmakers,  Prints  in  Series,"  Richmond  Art  Center, 
1977;  United  States  Informadon  Agency,  Tokyo  (traveling  exhibi- 
tion), 1978;  National  Exhibition,  Los  Angeles  Printmakers  Society, 
1978;  "West  Coast  Prints,"  Gros  McLeaf  Gallery,  Philadelphia, 
1978.  Public  collections:  New  York  Public  Library;  Achenbach 
Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  die  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco;  Stanford  University  Museum;  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco;  City  of  Santa  Rosa;  Library  of  Congress, 
Washington,  D.C.  Teaches  at  Santa  Rosa  Junior  College.  Resides 
Santa  Rosa,  California. 


128.  Elizabeth  Quandt;  TEA  IN  THE  GARDEN,  1974;  etching 

(ed.  20),  22Vi  x  15".       Location :  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


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Eleanor  Rappe 


liiiiifliiiiirtli' 

129.  Eleanor  Rappe;  RAINBOW  TOWER,  1974; 
color  etching  {ed.  20),  29-7/8  x  22V*". 
Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center, 


Born  Brooklyn,  New  York,  1933.  Came  to  California  in  1956.  Studied: 
Brooklyn  College,  B.  A.,  1954;  Indiana  University,  Bloomington,  M.A., 
1956;  San  Francisco  State  University  (graduate  work  in  printmaking). 
Awards:  Purchase  Prize,  Bucknell  University,  1966;  Purchase  Prize, 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1966;  Print  Prize,  Los  Angeles  Print- 
makers  Society  Annual,  Long  Beach  Museum  of  Art,  1968.  One-woman 
exhibitions  (selected) :  Downey  Museum  of  Art,  California,  1969;  Vorpal 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1969,  1971;  College  of  Notre  Dame,  Belmont, 
1972;  Holy  Names  College,  Oakland,  1973;  Berkeley  Art  Center,  1975. 
Two-person  exhibitions :  "Two  Women  Artists,"  Taylor  Hall  Art  Gallery, 
California  State  University,  Chico,  1974;  "Caerulea — Ruins  and  Restora- 
tions" (with  Eleanore  Bender),  San  Jose  Museum  of  Art  (traveling  exhibi- 
tion), 1977.  Selected  group  exhibitions :  National  Invitational  Print,  The 
Brooklyn  Museum,  New  York,  1968;  "West  Coast  Printmakers,"  Illinois 
Bell,  Chicago,  1969;  National  Drawing  Invitational,  Wisconsin  State  Uni- 
versity, 1969;  "Recent  American  Graphics,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Art,  1971;  "Women's  Women,"  Richmond  Art  Center,  1973;  "Bay  Area 
Printmakers,"  Cincinnati  Art  Museum,  1973;  "California  in  Print,"  Van 
Straaten  Gallery,  Chicago,  1974;  "Prints  California,"  The  Oakland  Mu- 
seum 1975;  "California  Printmakers  in  Great  Britain,"  London,  1975; 
"Eight  Northern  California  Printmakers,"  Diablo  Valley  College,  Lafay- 
ette, 1976;  National  Invitational  CoUograph  Exhibition,  University  of 
North  Dakota,  Grand  Forks,  1976;  "Contemporary  Works  on  Paper," 
(national  women's  invitational),  Los  Angeles,  1977.  Public  collections: 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Hyatt  Regency  Hotel,  San  Fran- 
cisco; American  Telephone  and  Telegraph,  New  York;  Chico  State 
University;  San  Francisco  State  University;  Achenbach  Foundation  for 
Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco ;  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Currently  teaches  with  the  San  Francisco 
Community  College  District.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


130.  Barbara  Rees;  BLUE  MOUNTAIN,  1976;  mixed  media,  48V2x39" 
Location:  2- Conference  Room  III 


Barbara  Rees 

Born  Chicago,  Illinois,  1921.  Came  to  California  in  1955.  Studied: 
University  of  Chicago,  B.A. ;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute.  Awards 
include:  First  Prize  (painting),  DeSaisset  Gallery  Annual,  University 
of  Santa  Clara;  First  Prize  (ceramics),  "Designer  Craftsman  '66," 
Richmond  Art  Center,  1966;  Purchase  Award,  Palo  Alto  2nd  An- 
nual Arts  Competition,  1974.  Selected  one-woman  exhibitions:  Uni- 
versity of  California,  Santa  Cruz,  1967;  Los  Robles  Gallery,  Palo 
Alto,  1966,  1967,  1969,  1973;  Trutton  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1968;  Newman  Hall,  Holy  Spirit  Parish,  Berkeley,  1969;  Allrich 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1976.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  San  Fran- 
cisco Women  Artists  Annual,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1960, 
1961,  1964,  1965;  "The  Painted  Flower,"  Oakland  Art  Museum, 
1963;  The  Painted  Flower  Invitational,  Oakland  Art  Museum, 
1964;  De  Saisset  Art  Gallery  Annual,  University  of  Santa  Clara, 
1963,  1965;  Northern  California  Arts  11th  Annual,  E.B.  Crocker 
Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1964;  Seattle  Annual,  Fr\'e  Museum, 
1965;  "Designer  Craftsman  '66,"  Richmond  Art  Center,  1966; 
Crocker-Kingsley  Annual,  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento, 
1967 ;  San  Francisco  Women  Artists  Prize-Wirmers  Show,  organized 
by  the  Oakland  Art  Gallery  at  Kaiser  Center,  1967;  "Five  Artists 
from  Five  Counties,"  San  Mateo  Arts  Council,  1975;  "California 
Landscape  Show,"  Syntex  Gallery,  Palo  Alto,  1976.  Public  collec- 
tions: Bank  of  America,  Oakland;  Dillingham  Corporation;  Judah 
Magnes  Museum,  Berkeley;  CityofPalo  Alto;  Gty  of  San  Francisco: 
Mills  College,  Oakland;  Roosevelt  University,  Chicago;  St.  Mary's 
College,  Moraga;  University  of  California,  Santa  Cruz;  University  of 
Santa  Clara.  Resides  Atherton,  California. 


53 


Fred  Reichman 

Bom  Bellingham,  Washington,  1925.  Came  to  California  in  1934. 
Studied:  University  of  California,  Berkeley,  B.A.,  M.A.;  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute.  Awards:  Taussig  Traveling  Fellowship,  University  of 
California,  Berkeley,  1951;  PurchasePrize,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1964.  One-man  exhibitions:  Galerie  8,  Paris,  1952;  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1956,  1969;  California  Palace  of 
the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1960;  Rose  Rabow  Galleries,  San 
Francisco,  over  seven  exhibitions  since  1958;  Esther  Robles  Gallery, 
Los  Angeles,  1961;  Benson  Gallery,  Long  Island,  New  York,  1966, 
1972;  Silvan  Simone  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1971,  1973;  Contempo- 
rary Art  Gallery,  Santa  Fe,  New  Mexico,  1972 ;  Santa  Barbara  Museum 
of  Art,  1974.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  "California  Painters  35  and 
Under,"  The  Frederick  S.  Wight  Art  Galleries,  University  of  Califor- 
nia at  Los  Angeles,  1959;  "One-Hundred  Fifty-Fifth  Annual  Exhibi- 
tion of  American  Painting,"  Detroit  Institute  of  Art — Pennsylvania 
Academy  of  Art,  Philadelphia,  1959;  "Fifty  California  Artists,"  Whit- 
ney Museum  of  American  Art,  New  York,  1962;  "Expo  70,"  Osaka, 
Japan,  1970;  "New  Works  Seven  Bay  Area  Artists,"  The  Oakland 
Museum,  1971 ;  "A  Sense  of  Place:  the  Artist  and  the  American  Land," 
Joslyn  Art  Museum,  Omaha,  Nebraska,  1973.  Public  commission: 
Mural,  Stanford  University  Medical  Center,  1961.  Public  collections: 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art ;  M.  H.  de  Young  Memorial 
Museum,  San  Francisco;  The  Oakland  Museum;  University  Art  Mu- 
seum, Berkeley;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art;  Bank  of  America 
World  Headquarters  Building,  San  Francisco;  Oklahoma  .A^rt  Center, 
Oklahoma  City;  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.  Resides.  San  Fran- 
cisco, California.  Teaches :  University  of  California  Extension. 


131.  Fred  Reichman;  MOUNTAIN  IRIS  AT  TIOGA  JUNCTION,  1976; 
oil,  4  7V4  X  34    '  '■         Location :  2-Conference  Room  /. 


Michael  Rios 


Born  Oakland,  California,  1947.  Studied:  Academy  of  Art  College, 
San  Francisco;  San  Francisco  Art  Instimte.  Awards:  Purchase 
Award,  Home  Savings  &  Loan  Association,  Beverly  Hills  (in  con- 
junction with  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festival),  1974;  Mural 
Grant,  National  Endowment  for  the  Arts,  1975.  Group  exhibitions 
include:  "M.I.X.:  Surrealism,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1972;  "People's  Murals/Some  Events  in  American  History,"  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  1976;  "Other  Sources:  An 
American  Essay,"  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  Mural  Exhibi- 


tion (sponsored  by  the  Venceremos  Brigade),  Havana,  Cuba,  1976 ; 
Photographic  Mural  Exhibition  (European  traveling  exhibition), 
sponsored  by  Levi  Strauss  &  Co. ,  San  Francisco,  1977 ;  "The  Fifth 
Sun:  Traditional  and  Contemporary  Chicano  Art,"  University  Art 
Museum,  Berkeley,  1977.  Selected  mural  commissions:  Bank  of 
America,  23rd  and  Mission  Streets  Branch,  San  Francisco  (in  col- 
laboration with  Luis  Cortazar  and  Chuy  Campusano),  1972; 
B.A.R.T.  Station  Mural,  24th  &  Mission  Streets,  San  Francisco  (in 
collaboration  with  Tony  Maschado  and  Richard  Montez),  1975. 
Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


134.  Michael  Rios;  Untitled  Mural,  1974;  mosaic,  96  x  240' 
Location :  3-Courtyard  {Mechanical  Building) 


54 


Harry  Richardson 

Born  Marion,  Ohio,  1928.  Came  to  California  in  1957.  Studied:  Cleve- 
land Institute  of  Art,  Ohio.  Awards:  Merit  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco 
Arts  Festival,  1%7;  several  awards  in  gemstone  sculpture,  1969-1972. 
One-man  exhibitions :  Manila,  Philippines,  1953,  1954,  1971;  Maxwell 
Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1972;  California  Academy  of  Sciences,  San 
Francisco,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  SanFrancisco  Annual  Arts  Festival, 
several  years  since  1967;  Invitational  Exhibition,  Philippine  Cultural 
Center,  Manila,  1971 ;  Worstman-Rowe  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973. 
Public  commissions :  TREE  OF  LIFE,  metal  sculpture,  Jewish  Home  for 
the  Aged,  San  Francisco,  1973.  Resides  Penngrove,  California.  Owns 
and  operates  Richardson's  Designs,  San  Francisco. 


James  Edward  Reid 


Born  Alabama,  1947.  Came  toCalifornia  in  1968.  Studied:  SanFrancisco 
Art  Institute;  California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A., 
1972.  One-man  exhibition:  African-American  Historical  and  Cultural 
Society,  San  Frandsco,  1974.  Group  exhibitions:  "Black  Expo  '72," 
Brooks  HaU,  SanFrancisco,  1972;  "Prints  and  Drawings  1977,"  African- 
American  Historical  and  Cultural  Society,  1977;  "Prints  and  Drawings 
1978,"  The  San  Jose  Art  League,  1978.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 


Harry  Richardson;  THE  GREAT  BLUE  HERON,  1974; 
stainless  steel  with  cast  stone,  90x  48x  18". 
Location:  4-Terrace  between  A  &C. 


132.  James  Edward  Reid;  MOOD  OF  A  BASS  PLAYER,  1976; 
conte  on  illustration  board,  24  x  18".    Location :  2- A 1 9. 


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Peter  Rodriguez 

Bom  Stockton,  California,  1926.  No  formal  schooling  in  art. 
Appointment:  nominated  for  the  Advisory  Board  to  the  Na- 
tional Endowment  for  the  Arts.  Selected  one-man  exhibi- 
tions: Museo  del  Estado,  Guadalajara,  Mexico,  1956; 
Gumps  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1958;  E.B.  Crocker  Art 
Gallery,  Sacramento,  1958;  Galeria  Proteo,  Mexico  City, 
1960;  William  Sawyer  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1972;  Galeria 
de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  Erdon  Gallery  U,  Houston, 
1972;  Zara  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973-1976.  Selected 
groupexhibitions:  University  of  the  Pacific,  Stockton,  1956, 
1977 ;  1st  Annual  Hispanic  American  Art  Exhibition,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  1976;  "Other  Sources :  An  American  Essay," 
San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  Governor's  Invitational 
Exhibit  of  Chicano  Art,  Sacramento,  1975 ;  The  Heard  Mu- 
seum, Phoenix,  1975;  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco,  sev- 
eral exhibitions  between  1970-1976;  "Seis  Realidades," 
University  of  Texas,  Corpus  Christi,  1977.  Public  collec- 
tions: State  Museum  of  Jalisco,  Guadalajara,  Mexico;  Stock- 
ton Savings  and  Loan  Bank,  California.  Founder  and  Director 
of  the  Mexican  Museum,  San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Fran- 
cisco, California. 


135.  Peter  Rodriguez;  APRIL  PLACE  III,  1976.  oil  on  canvas,  40x42" 
Location:  2-Conference  Room  III 


Takami  Sakurai 


Bom  Fukuoka,  Japan.  Lived  in  California  1965-1973. 
Studied:  Educational  University,  Fukuoka,  Japan.  Awards: 
Mural  commission.  Summer  Outdoor  Mural  Project,  spon- 
sored by  the  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art's  M.I.X.  Pro- 
gram, 1972.  One-man  exhibitions  :  Minami  Gallery, 
Tokyo,  1953;  Arleigh  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1966;  Ani- 
mation Center,  Fukuoka,  Japan,  1968,  1969;  Syunjyu 
Gallery,  Tokyo,  1975;  Fukuoka  Gallery,  Japan,  1976. 
Selected  group  exhibitions:  Arleigh  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1966;  "Konnyaku  Revolutionary  Art,"  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1971 ;  "Roots 
n :  The  Asian  Community,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1972.  Resides  Paris,  France. 


137.  Takami  Sakurai 

HADAKA  NO  ON  NA,  1976 

oil   46'/4  X  36V*  '  • 

Location:  2-Conference  Room  III 


56 


Dean  Santner 

Born  Cleveland,  Ohio,  1946.  Came  to  Califor- 
nia in  1969.  Studied :  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute and  self-taught.  Awards:  Outstanding 
American  Craftsman  Award,  Glass  Containers 
Manufecturing  Association,  1976;  First  Place, 
Westwood  Art  Festival,  California,  1976. 
Group  exhibitions  include :  "Media  '72,"  Wal- 
nut Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1972;  "Designer 
Craftsman  '73,"  Richmond  Art  Center,  1973; 
Wood  Show,  Berkeley  Craftsmen  Coop ,  Berke- 
ley, 1974;  "Many  Forms  of  Wood,"  Gallery 
Eight,  International  Center,  University  of  Cali- 
fornia, La  Jolla,  1975;  Baulines  Craftsmen's 
Guild  Exposition,  Marin  County,  1975,  1976; 
"American  Heritage,"  Panaca  Gallery,  Belle- 
vue,  Washington,  1976.  Resides  Emeryville, 
California. 


138.  Dean  Santner;  ROCKING  SERPENT,  1976;  laminated  wood,  28  x  41  x  16' 
Location :  6-A  Day  Room. 


Jacques  Schnier 


Bom  Constansa,  Roumania.  Came  to  California  in  1905. 
Studied:  Stanford  University,  B.A.,  University  of  California, 
Berkeley,  M.A.;  California  School  of  Fine  Arts.  Taught: 
University  of  California,  Berkeley,  1936-1966.  Awards:  1st 
Sculpture  Award,  San  Francisco  Art  Association,  1928; 
1st  Sculpture  Prize  and  Gold  Medal,  Oakland  Art  Museum, 
1936,  1948;  Fellowship,  Institute  for  the  Creative  Arts, 
University  of  California,  Berkeley,  1963;  The  Berkeley  Cita- 
tion, University  of  California,  Berkeley,  1970.  Selected  one- 
man  exhibitions:  Oakland  Art  Museum,  1948;  Stanford 
University  Museum,  1962;  E.B.Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacra- 
mento, 1963;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  1963;  Worth 
Ryder  Art  Gallery,  University  of  California,  Berkeley,  1965; 
Valley  Art  Gallery,  Walnut  Creek,  1969;  Judah  L.  Magnes 
Memorial  Museum,  Berkeley,  1971 ;  Woodhall,  Orinda- 
woods,  Orinda,  California,  1974;  James  Willis  Galler)',  San 
Francisco,  1975,  1977.  Selected  public  commissions:  gilded 
bas-relief,  Anne  Bremer  Memorial  Library,  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  1936;  monumental  bas-relief.  Science  Audito- 
rium, Berkeley  High  School,  1940;  John  Galen  Howard 
Memorial,  Faculty  Club,  University  of  California,  Berkeley, 
1960;  Clorox  Building,  Oakland,  1975;  Elizabeth  S.  Fine 
Memorial  Sculpture,  Temple  Emanu-El,  San  Francisco, 
1975.  Public  collections  include:  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Modern  Art;  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San 
Francisco;  Santa  Barbara  Museum  of  Art,  The  Oakland  Mu- 
seum; Honolulu  Academy  of  Arts;  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gal- 
lery, Sacramento;  Mills  College  Art  Gallerj',  Oakland.  Re- 
sides Lafayette,  California. 


139.  ]acqms  Schnier;  DANCE  OF  THE  CUBES,  1975;  polychrome  fiberglass, 
150  X  63  X  54".      Location :  2-Cafeteria  Patio. 

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Stephanie  Ingram  Scott 

Born  Augusta,  Georgia,  1947.  Came  to  California  in 
1968.  Studied:  University  of  Georgia,  Athens,  B.F.A., 
1968;  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1968-1971.  Awards: 
Purchase  Prize,  National  Print  Competition,  The  Mint 
Museum  of  Art,  Charlotte,  North  Carolina,  1971 ;  Most 
Promising  Young  Artist  Award,  Sausalito  Art  Festival, 
1974.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute, 1970;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1972- 
1978 ;  Smithsonian  Institute  Traveling  Exhibition  of  Con- 
temporary Prints  and  Drawings,  National  Collection  of 
Fine  Arts,  Washington,  D.C.,  1973;  50th  Annual  Na- 
tional April  Art  Exhibit,  SpringviUe  Museum  of  Art, 
Utah,  1974;  6th  National  Painting  Show,  Washington 
and  Jefferson  College,  Washington,  Pennsylvania,  1974; 
5th  International  Miniature  Print  Competition,  Pratt 
Institute  for  Graphic  Arts,  New  York,  1975 ;  "Prints 
Commissioned  by  the  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  for 
the  San  Francisco  Medical  Center,"  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1975 ;  Miami  Graphics 
Biennial,  Miami  Art  Center,  Florida,  1975;  Artrium  10 
Competition,  Santa  Rosa,  California,  1975;  Collectors 
GaUery,  The  Oakland  Museum,  1975-1977.  PubUc  col- 
lection: La  Grange  College,  Georgia.  Resides  Valley 
Ford,  California. 


140.  Stephanie  Ingram  Scott 
SUMMER  FLOWERS,  1974; 
etching  {ed.  20),  2TAx22". 
Location:  1-and throughout  Medical  Center 


Raymond  Sells 


Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1931.  Studied:  Univer- 
sity of  California,  Santa  Barbara;  San  Francisco  State  Uni- 
versity, B.A.,  1959,  M.A.,  1968.  Awards:  American 
Plywood  Association  Design  Award,  1973;  H.U.D. 
National  Community  Arts  Program  Award,  1973 ;  Pur- 
chase Award,  Home  Savings  and  Loan  Association,  Bev- 
erly Hills  (in  conjunction  with  the  San  Francisco  Annual 
Arts  Festival),  1974;  Artist  Exhibition  Award,  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1975.  One-man  exhibitions : 
Department  of  Psychology,  California  State  College, 
Sonoma,  1973,  1974;  The  Philosophers  Stone,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1974-1977;  Audium,  San  Francisco,  1975-1977; 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1976;  Spear  St.  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1977,  1978. 
Group  exhibitions :  Group  Show,  William  Sawyer  Gallery, 
San  Francisco,  1969;  Group  Exhibition,  Unicorn  Gal- 
lery, San  Francisco,  1969,  1970;  Expo  '70,  Osaka, 
Japan,  1970;  "San  Francisco  Art  Institute  Centennial: 
Sculpture,"  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San 
Francisco,  1971 ;  Opening  Exhibition,  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1971; 
"Spirit  of  the  Forms,"  University  of  California,  Davis, 
1972;  Designer  Craftsman  Shows,  Richmond  Art  Center, 
1973,  1975;  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery, 
"Capricorn  Asunder"  (with  Irving  Norman),  1973;  "Open  Air 
Sculpture,"  College  of  Notre  Dame,  Belmont,  1974.  Public  com- 
missions: San  Francisco  Health  Center  #1  (under  San  Francisco 
City  and  County  2%  for  Art  Enrichment  Program),  1969;  Hall 
of  Justice,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  American  Plywood  Association, 


141.  Raymond  Sells;  TERRESTRIAL  FLOWER,  1976;  laminated  wood, 
60 ' '  diam.  x  28".  Location :  Main  Lobby. 


Tacoma,  Washington,  1973;  Contra  Costa  College  School  District 
Office,  Martinez,  1974.  Public  collections :  Home  Savings  &  Loan 
Association,  Beverly  Hills;  American  Telephone  and  Telegraph 
Company,  New  York;  Monterey  Conference  Center.  Teaches  at  Sky- 
line College,  San  Bruno.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


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Louis  Siegriest 


Born  Oakland,  California,  1899.  Studied:  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1914-1916;  California  School  of  Fine  Arts 
(now  San  Francisco  Art  Institute) ,  1916-1918;  Frank  Van  Sloun's 
ArtSchool,  1918-1919.  Awards:  Gerstle  Award  for  Figure  Compo- 


sition, San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1952 ;  Purchase  Award,  Oak- 
land Art  Museum,  I960;  Top  Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Fran- 
cisco Arts  Festival,  1971 ;  Award  of  Honor  Exhibition,  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1975.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  M.H. 
de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco,  1952;  Oakland  Art 
Museum,  I960;  Hobbs  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1961,  1962;  Uni- 
versity of  Nevada,  1963 ;  Triangle  Gallery,  San  Fran- 
cisco, numerous  exhibitions  since  1963 ;  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute,  1965;  The  Oakland  Museum,  1972. 
Two-man  exhibition  (with  Johan  Hagemeyer),  1946. 
Selected  group  exhibitions :  "TheSociety  of  Six,"  Oak- 
land Art  Gallery,  1923-1928;  "The  22nd  Biennial 
Exhibition,"  Corcoran  Gallery  of  Art,  Washington, 
D.C.,  1951;  "Some  Points  of  View — '62,"  Stanford 
Art  Gallery,  Stanford  University,  1962;  "Siegriest 
Family  Exhibit,"  Galeria  de  Silva,  Santa  Barbara, 
1963;  "Expo  70,"  Osaka,  Japan,  1970;  "TheSociety 
of  Six,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1972;  "1973  Biennial 
Exhibition:  Contemporary  American  Art,"  The  Whit- 
ney Museum  of  American  Art,  1973;  Robert  Mon- 
davi Winery,  Oakville,  California,  1977.  Public  collec- 
tions include:  The  Oakland  Museum;  Stanford  Uni- 
versity Museum  of  Art;  San  Francisco  Museum  of 
Modern  Art;  University  of  Illinois,  Urbana.  Resides 
Oakland,  California. 


142.  Louis  Siegriest;  DISTANT  PEAKS,  1976;  mixedmedia,  35yix48" 
Location:  2- A  11 


Angelo  Sottosanti 

Bom  WiUiamsport,  Pennsylvania,  1917.  Came  to  California  in  1938. 
Studied :  Art  Students  League  of  New  York ;  Dr.  Eugene  Steinhof — 
Beaux  Arts  Institute  of  Design,  New  York ;  Leonardo  da  Vinci  School 
in  Fresco  and  Mural  Design,  New  York.  One-man  exhibitions:  Paul 
Elder  Gallery,  San  Francicso,  1940 ;  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco,  1943 ;  E.  B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento, 
1948;  Maxwell  Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1956;  San  Francisco  Mu- 
seum of  Art,  1958.  Group  exhibitions:  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1976,  1977.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


144.  Angelo  Sottosanti 
WOMAN  OF  O  AX  AC  A*  1940 
gouache    30x  24V2" 


1 

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59 


James  Bruce  Southard 

Born  Brooklyn,  New  York,  1921.  Came  to  California  in  1954. 
Studied:  National  Academy  of  Design,  New  York;  Art  Students 
League  of  New  York;  Beaux  Arts  Institute  of  Design,  New  York; 
Escuela  de  Pintura  e  Escultura,  Mexico  City.  Awards:  Home 
Savings  &  Loan  Association  Purchase  Award,  Beverly  Hills  (in  con- 
junction with  the  San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festival) ;  Honorable 
Mention,  Artists  Equity  Association  Annual,  1970.  Group  exhibi- 
tions: American  Embassy  Show,  Mexico  City  1952;  IBM  Annual, 
Poughkeepsie,  New  York,  1954;  Great  Lakes  Annual,  Memorial 
Art  Gallery,  Rochester,  New  York,  1956 ;  Tupperware  Invitational, 
Western  Region,  Stockton,  California,  1959;  San  Joaquin  Pioneer 
Museum,  1962 ;  Artists  Equity  Association  Annual,  The  Oakland 
Museum,  1969;  "Western  Drawings:  U.S.A."  (traveling  exhibi- 
tion), Western  Association  of  Art  Museums,  Oakland,  1967; 
Three-Man  Exhibition,  John  Bolles  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1973. 
Public  collections:  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  Cali- 
fornia Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco ;  San  Joaquin 
Pioneer  Museum;  Health  Center  #3,  San  Francisco;  Maxwell  Gal- 
leries, San  Francisco.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


145.  James  Bruce  Southard 
WASH  DAY,  1974 
etching  {ed.  20),  28^4  x  22'A  ' ' 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


Calvin  Tondre 


Born  Albany,  California,  1940.  Studied:  California  College  of 
Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A.,  M.EA.  One-man  exhibi- 
tions: Hansen-Fuller  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1967;  Phoenix 
Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1970;  The  Mexican  Museum,  San 
Francisco,  1977.  Group  exhibitions:  Phelan  Awards  Exhibit, 
California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco, 
1%7;  "Artes  de  la  Rara,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1970; 
"M.I.X. :  A  Third  World  Painting/Sculpture  Exhibition," 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  Liturgical  Arts,  Phila- 
delphia, 1976;  "Raices  y  Visiones,"  Smithsonian  Institution 
(traveling  exhibition),  1977.  Public  collections:  Container 
Corporation  of  America ;  American  Toy  Company.  Resides 
Berkeley,  California. 


146.  Calvin  Tondre 

LOSMESES,  1976 

India  ink  on  paper,  15^  *  x  IVA" 

Location:  7-B 


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Paul  Tracy 


Born  Sacramento,  California,  1905.  Studied:  Califor- 
nia School  of  Fine  Arts  (now,  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute), with  Bill  Brandt,  Minor  White,  Ansel  Adams; 
Brooks  Institute,  Santa  Barbara.  Awards:  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1955,  1966,  1967.  Group 
exhibitions:  "Bay  Area  Photographers,  Inc.,"  San 
Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festival,  1955  to  date ;  United 
States  Information  Agency  (traveling  photography 
exhibitions),  1957,  1959,  1961;  Bay  Area  Photog- 
raphers, Inc.  Exhibition,  "Discovery,"  M.  H.  de  Young 
Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco;  exhibited  with 
Bay  Area  Photographers,  Inc.  in  various  museums, 
galleries  and  other  locations  throughout  the  Bay  Area, 
1960  to  date.  Resides  South  San  Francisco,  California. 


147.  Paul  Tracy 
BUFANO,  c.  1968 
black  and  white  photograph    14  x  11" 
Location:  2-Chapel Hallway 
Photo :  Paul  Tracy 


150.  Kazuhiro  Tsuruta;  SACRAMENTO  DELTA,  1976;  black  and  white  photograph,  8x  12".     Location:  2-QifeUria. 

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Beth  Van  Hoesen 

Born  Boise,  Idaho,  1926.  Came  to  California  in  1940. 
Studied:  Stanford  University,  B.A.,  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute; San  Francisco  State  University.  Awards  include : 
Award,  San  Francisco  Art  Association  Annual,  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Art,  1961 ;  California  Society  of  Etchers, 
Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace 
of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1961;  Purchase 
Award,  4th  Biennial  Print  Exhibition,  Pasadena  Museum  of 
Modern  Art  (now  the  Norton  Simon  Museum  of  Art  at 
Pasadena),  1964;  Award,  Hawaii  National  Biennial,  1971. 
Selected  one-woman  exhibitions:  M.  H.  de  Young  Memorial 
Museum,  San  Francisco,  1959;  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1961,  1974;  Santa  Barbara 
Museum  of  Art,  1963,  1974;  Felix  Landau  Gallery,  Los 
Angeles,  1966;  Hansen  Gallery  (now  Hansen-Fuller  Gal- 
lery), 1966 ;  Galerie  Smith- Andersen  (now  Smith  Andersen 
Gallery),  Palo  Alto,  1971, 1974 ;  Hansen-Fuller  GaUery,  San 
Francisco,  1977.  Two-person  exhibition:  JohnBolles  Gallery 
(with  Ralph  Ducasse),  1971.  Group  exhibitions :  "Prints  Cal- 
ifcrnia,"  The  Oakland  Museum,  1975.  Public  collections: 
Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of 
the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco;  San  Francisco  Museum 
of  Modern  Art;  The  Oakland  Museum;  The  Brooklyn  Mu- 
seum; Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York;  Cincinnati  Art 
Museum;  Smithsonian  Institution,  Washington,  D.C.;  Vic- 
toria and  Albert  Museum,  London.  Resides  San  Francisco, 
California. 

152.  Beth  Van  Hoesen;  CALISTOGA  PETRIHED  TREE, 
1974;  color  etching  {ed.  20),  26  x  22V', ' : 
Location:  l-and  throughout  Medical  Center. 


Carlos  Villa 


Born  San  Francisco,  California,  1936.  Studied :  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute,  B.KA.,  1961;  Mills  College,  Oakland,  M.EA.,  1963. 
Awards:  Adeline  Kent  Award,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1973; 
National  Endowment  for  the  Arts  Grant,  1973;  appointed  Com- 
munity Consultant  to  the  Visual  Arts  Category,  National  Endow- 
ment for  the  Arts,  1976.  Selected  oneperson  exhibitions:  Poin- 
dexter  Gallery,  New  York,  1967 ;  Sacramento  State  College  Gallery, 
1%9;  Richmond  Art  Center,  1970;  Hansen-Fuller  Gallery,  San 
Francisco,  1971 , 1974, 1978 ;  Nancy  Hoffman  Gallery,  New  York, 


1973,  1975 ;  Emanuel  Walter  Gallery,  San  Francisco  Art  Institute, 
1973;  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1977.  Two-man 
exhibitions:  Radio  Station  KPFA,  Oakland  (with  Joan  Brown), 
1958;  John  BoUes  Gallery  (with  William  Geis),  1962;  Wyndham 
College,  Vermont  (with  Leo  Valledor),  1968;  University  of  Califor- 
nia, San  Diego  (with  Joseph  Raffael),  1971.  Selected  group  exhibi- 
tions: "The  Art  of  San  Francisco,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art, 
1%1 ;  "West  Coast:  The  Artists'  Environment,"  Amon-Carter 
Museum,  Fort  Worth,  Texas,  1962;  "Painting  and  Sculpture 
Today:  1972,"  Indianapolis  Museum  of  Art,  Indiana,  1972; 
"Rhythms  and  Reverberations,"  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Mu- 
seiom,  San  Frandsco,  1972;  "Sacramento  Sampler," 
E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  1972;  "Con- 
temporary American  Painting  and  Sculpture,"  Kran- 
nert  Art  Museum,  University  of  Illinois,  Urbana, 
1974;  "Other  Sources:  An  American  Essay,"  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976;  "Painting  and  Sculp- 
tire  in  California:  The  Modern  Era,"  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art  (traveling  exhibition),  1976 ; 
"California  Bay  Area  Art — Update,"  Huntsville  Mu- 
seum of  Art,  Alabama,  1977 ;  "New  in  the  Seventies," 
University  of  Texas,  Austin,  1977;  Traveling  Exhibi- 
tion, Art  in  Embassies  Program,  United  States  Depart- 
ment of  State,  1977.  Public  collections :  The  Oakland 
Museum;  Whitney  Museum  of  American  Art;  E.B. 
Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacramento,  Associate  Professor 
of  Art,  California  State  University,  Sacramento.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California. 


153.  Qirlos  Villa;  MY  CAT  PURRING,  1978;  watercolor  and  feathers  on  paper,  12x17" 
Location:  2-A25. 

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154.  Manuel  Vilkmor;  Untitled  Mural,  1974;  mosaic,  96  x  240'!  Location:  5-Courtyard  {Mechanical  Building) 


Manuel 

Born  Belice,  British  Honduras,  1928.  Studied:  St.  John's 
College,  Belice,  B.  A. ,  1949 ;  Cooper  Union  School  of  Art  and 
Architecture,  New  York,  1959.  Selected  awards:  Fred  Koch 
Award,  Marin  Society  of  Artists,  1968;  Purchase  Award, 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1972;  Artist  Exhibition 
Award,  Annual  SanFrandsco  Arts  Festival,  1972  and  1975 ; 
Foreign  Exchange  Exhibition  Award  (Guadalajara,  Mexico), 
1974.  Selected  one-person  exhibitions :  Califomia  Palace  of 
the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1969;  Maxwell  Galler- 
ies, SanFrandsco,  1970;  Zara  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1974, 
1975;  University  High  School,  San  Francisco,  1978.  Two- 
person  exhibitions :  University  of  San  Frandsco,  1971;  Palo 


Villamor 

Alto  Cultural  Center,  1972;  San  Rafael  Civic  Art  Gallery, 
1976.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  De  Saisset  Gallery,  Uni- 
versity of  Santa  Clara,  1966;  "Fiesta  de  la  Raza  Show,"  The 
Oakland  Museum,  1970;  La  Raza  Show,  Mills  College,  Oak- 
land, 1970;  "M.LX.:  A  Third  World  Painting/Sculpture 
Exhibiton,"  San  Francicso  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  17 
Chicano  Painters,  AT&T  National  Traveling  Exhibition, 
1976;  "20  Bay  Area  Painters,"  Richmond  Art  Center, 
1976;  "The  Fifth  Sun:  Traditional  and  Contemporary 
Chicano  Art,"  University  Art  Museum,  Berkeley,  1977.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California. 


Susan  Elizabeth 
Willson 

Born  Los  Angeles,  California,  1941.  Studied 
photography  with  Ernest  Braun;  principally 
self-taught  in  art.  Awards:  weekly  first  prize 
in  color  photography,  San  Francisco  Chron- 
icle-Examiner photo  contest,  1976.  Reside; 
San  Francisco,  California. 


163.  Susan  Elizabeth  Willson 

BRAZILIAN  MARKET,  1976 
color  photograph   8x  10" 
Location :  2-Cafeteria 


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Charles  Ware 


Bom  Santa  Rosa,  California,  1921.  Studied:  California  School  of 
Fine  Arts  (now.  San  Francisco  Art  Institute),  1939-1942 ;  and  self- 
taught.  One-man  exhibitions:  Brigham  Young  University,  Provo, 
Utah,  1972 ;  Concourse  Gallery,  Bank  of  America  Center,  San  Fran- 
cisco,' 1973;  Will  Stone  Collection,  San  Francisco,  1978.  Group 
exhibitions:  "Black  and  White  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commis- 
sion Gallery,  "Capricorn  Asunder,"  1976;  "5  xFive,"  Chabot  Col- 
lege, Hayward,  1978.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


158.  Charles  Ware;  UNICORN,  1976;  prisma  color  pencil  anci  charcoal 
on  board,  26V2  x  I8V2 ','   Location:  2-Al 


Stan  Washburn 


Born  New  York,  1943.  Came  to  California  in  1957.  Studied:  Cali- 
fornia College  of  Arts  &  Crafts,  Oakland,  B.F.A.,  M.F.A.  Awards: 
Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival  (purchase  award),  1972;  Home 
Savings  and  Loan  Association,  Los  Angeles  (purchase  award).  Annual 
San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1974.  KQED-Channel9,  KQED  Auction 
selected  artists,  one-half  hoar  special,  1975.  One-man  exhibitions: 
Ames  Gallery,  Berkeley,  1974;  Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic 
Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1977; 
Redding  Museum  and  Art  Center,  California,  1977.  Selected  group 
exhibitions:  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1972-1978.  Selected 
public  collections:  Art  Institute  of  Chicago;  Houghton  Library  Print 
Collection,  Harvard  University,  Massachusetts;  Philadelphia  Museum 
of  Art;  Library  of  Congress,  Washington,  D.C.,;  Museum  d  Fine  Arts, 
Boston;  De  Cordova  and  Dana  Museum  and  Park,  Lincoln,  Massa- 
chusetts; City  and  County  of  San  Francisco;  Richmond  Art  Center. 
Resides  Berkeley,  California. 


159.  Washburn 
FOREST  SCENE,  1976 
ink  on  paper,  25  x  17". 
Location:  Main  Lobby 


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160.  Marvin  Wax;  SALT  FLATS  #2,  1975;  color  photograph,  7x11". 
Location:  2-Cafeteria. 


Marvin  Wax 

Born  New  York  City,  1923.  Came  to  California  in  1964.  Studied: 
Cooper  Union  School  of  Art  and  Architecture,  New  York,  1949. 
One-man  exhibitions :  Gallery  House,  Palo  Alto,  1970;  Crown  Zel- 
lerbach  World  Headquarters,  San  Francisco  (exhibition  sponsored  by 
the  California  Historical  Society),  1973 ;  California  Historical 


Tony  Williams 

Born  Rochester,  New  York,  1917.  Came  to  California  in  1955. 
Studied:  Art  Center  College  of  Design,  Los  Angeles.  Awards  in- 
clude: Purchase  Award,  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1966; 
Best-in-Show,  40th  Annual,  Marin  Society  of  Artists,  1967;  Pur- 
chase Award,  Mississippi  Art  Association,  1968;  Koch  Memorial 
Award,  Marin  Society  of  Artists,  California,  1969;  Purchase 
Award,  Home  Savings  and  Loan  Association,  Los  Angeles  (through 
San  Francisco  Annual  Arts  Festival),  1975.  Two- man  exhibition 
(with  Rick  Strini),  William  Sawyer  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1969. 
Selected  group  exhibitions  include:  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts 
Festival,  1968-1976;  Sun  Carnival,  El  Paso  Museum  of  Art,  Texas, 
1968;  "Frontal  Images,"  State  Historical  Museum,  Jackson,  Mis- 
sissippi, 1968;  N.C.A.  Annual,  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacra- 
mento, 1969 ;  Chautauqua  Exhibition  of  American  Art,  New  York, 
1969;  Painting  Annual,  Richmond  Art  Center,  1969;  34th  An- 
nual, Butler  Institute  of  American  Art,  Youngstown,  Ohio,  1969; 
Group  Exhibition,  Fine  Arts  Gallery  of  San  Diego,  1970;  Group 
Exhibition,  Linda  Farris  Gallery,  Seattle,  1970;  National  Exhibi- 
tion, Arkansas  State  University  Art  Gallery,  Jonesboro;  "Holiday 
Festival,"  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1971 ;  Art  Faculty  Ex- 
hibit, College  of  Marin,  Kentfield,  1974.  Public  collections:  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  Eastern  Michigan  University,  Ypsi- 
lanti;  Mississippi  Art  Association,  Jackson.  Resides  San  Rafael, 
California. 


Society,  San  Marino,  California,  1973;  The  Ninth  Circle  Gallery, 
Palo  Alto,  1974.  Group  exhibitions :  Friends  of  Photography,  Car- 
mel,  1970;  Annual  Arts  Competition,  Palo  Alto  Cultural  Center, 
1973,  1975  (two  purchase  awards);  California  State  Fair,  Sacra- 
mento (purchase  award),  1976 ;  Smith  Andersen  Gallery,  Palo  Alto, 
1976;  Oakes  Gallery,  The  Oakland  Museum,  1977.  Permanent 
collection:  The  Oakland  Museum.  Resides  Palo  Alto,  California. 


162.  Tony  Williams;  VIBRANT  1*6*  1975;  acrylic  on  canvas,  30x30". 


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Gerald  Walburg 


Born  Berkeley,  California,  1936.  Studied:  California  College  of  Arts 
and  Crafts,  Oakland,  1954-1956;  San  Francisco  State  University, 
B.A.,  1965;  University  of  California,  Davis,  M.F.A.,  1967. 
Awards:  Phelan  Award,  1967;  First  Place  (sculpture),  California 
State  Fair,  Sacramento,  1977.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions:  San 
Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1967, 1969 ;  E.  B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery, 
Saaamento,  1968,  1973;  Royal  Marks  Gallery,  New  York,  1969; 
Reese  Palley  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971 ;  Diablo  Valley  College, 
Pleasant  Hill,  1975;  Charles  Campbell  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1976;  The  Oakland  Museum  (traveling  exhibition),  1978;  Smith- 
Andersen  Gallery,  Palo  Alto,  1978.  Two-man  exhibition:  Reese 
Palley  Gallery,  San  Francisco  (with  Ed  Higgins),  1969.  Selected 
group  exhibitions:  "New  Ceramic  Forms,"  Museum  of  Contempo- 
rary Crafts,  New  York,  1965;  Ceramic  National,  Everson  Museum 
of  Art,  Syracuse,  New  York,  1966,  1968;  "Expo  70,"  Osaka, 


Japan,  1970;  "Looking  West  1970,"  Joslyn  Art  Museum,  Omaha, 
1970;  "Sacramento  Sampler,"  E.B.  Crocker  Art  Gallery,  Sacra- 
mento (traveling  exhibition),  1972;  International  Invitational 
Large- Scale  Sculpture  Show,  Storm  King  Art  Center,  Mountain- 
ville,  New  York,  1973;  "Public  Sculpture/Urban  Environment," 
The  Oakland  Museum,  1974;  Sculpture  Competition,  The  Society 
of  die  Four  Arts,  Palm  Beach,  Florida  (traveling  exhibition),  1974; 
"Works  on  Paper,"  Charles  Campbell  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1975 ; 
"Copper,  Brass  and  Bronze  Competition,"  University  of  Arizona, 
Tucson,  1977;  "Sculpture,"  Artist  Contemporary  GaUery,  Sacra- 
mento, 1978.  Public  commissions:  INDO  ARCH,  40'  highcorten 
steel  sculpture.  City  of  Sacramento.  Public  collections:  San  Fran- 
cisco Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Storm  King  Art  Center,  Mountain- 
ville.  New  York;  The  Oakland  Museum;  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco;  Homart  Development  Company,  Brea  Mall,  Brea,  Cali- 
fornia. Resides  Sacramento,  California.  Associate  Professor  of  Art, 
California  State  University  at  Sacramento,  1968  to  date. 


157.  Gerald  Walburg;  LOOP  IV,  1974;  corten  steel,  120  x  300  x  96  '.' 
Location:  Landscaped  area  offPotrero  Avenue. 


Kim  Kieu  Vuong 

Born  Viet  Nam.  Came  to  California  in  1975.  Selected  exhibitions- 
Hop  Kok  Fair,  San  Francisco ;  Annual  San  Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1 56,  Kim  Kieu  Vuong 
l;75,  1976 ;  Chmese Community  Art  Exhibition,  Chinese  Cultural  CHERRY  BLOSSOM*  1976 
Center,  San  Francisco,  1975 ;  Chinatown  Association  Art  Exhibi-  chmest  ink 
tion.  Artists  Embassy,  San  Francisco,  1976.  Resides  San  Francisco 

California.  '  {No  photograph  available) 


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]ohn  Winkler 

Bom  Vienna,  Austria,  1894.  Came  to  California  in  1910. 
Studied:  San  Francisco  Art  Institute.  Awards:  N.A.,  National 
Academy  of  Design,  New  York;  Honorary  Member,  California 
Society  of  Printmakers ;  Member,  Society  of  American  Graphic 
Artists;  Logan  Prize  Winner.  Selected  one-man  exhibitions: 
John  S.  Bradstreet  &  Co.,  Minneapolis,  1921 ;  Frederick Keppel 
&  Co.,  New  York,  1923;  Galerie  Marcel  Guiot  &  Cie.,  Paris, 
1924;  M.H.  de  Young  Memorial  Museum,  San  Francisco, 
1951;  Press  Center,  Seoul,  Korea,  1966;  Triton  Museum  of 
Art,  Santa  Clara,  1971;  Van  Straaten  Gallery,  Chicago,  1972; 
Marci  Thomas  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  1971,  1974;  Richmond 
Art  Center,  1974;  Walton  Galleries,  San  Francisco,  1974; 
Achenbach  Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor,  San  Francisco,  1974;  June  I  Gallery,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  1975 ;  Concourse  Gallery,  Bank  of  America  Cen- 
ter, San  Francisco,  1976.  Selected  public  collections:  Achenbach 
Foundation  for  Graphic  Arts,  California  Palace  of  the  Legion  of 
Honor,  San  Francisco;  Art  Institute  of  Chicago;  BibHotheque 
Nationale,  Paris;  Boston  Public  Library;  Library  of  Congress, 
Washington,  D.C. ;  Metropolitan  Museum  of  Art,  New  York; 
National  Museum,  Israel ;  The  Oakland  Museum ;  San  Francisco 
Museum  of  Modern  Art;  Smithsonian  Institution;  Victoria  and 
Albert  Museum,  London;  Zorn  Museum,  Sweden;  Bancroft 
Library,  University  of  CaHfornia,  Berkeley.  Resides  ElCerrito, 
California. 


164.  ]ohn  Winkler 
GULLS  FEEDING,  1972 
etching  (ed.  20)    1 9Vi  x  I3V2" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


William  Wolff 

Born  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, 1922.  Studied: 
California  School  of  Fine 
Arts  (now  San  Francisco 
Art  Institute) ;  University  of 
California,  Berkeley,  B.A., 
M.A. ;  San  Francisco  Art 
Institute.  Awards:  Purchase 
Award,  Annual  San  Fran- 
cisco Arts  Festival,  1976. 
One-man  exhibitions:  John 
Bolles  Gallery,  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1972;  Marquoit 
Galleries,  San  Francisco, 
1972,  1975;  Printmakers 
Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1974;  Lobby,  Berkeley 
Stage  Company,  Berkeley, 
1976.  Group  exhibitions : 
San  Francisco  Annual  Arts 
Festival,  1976;  Marina 
View  Gallery,  Fort  Mason, 
San  Francisco,  1977.  Public 
collections :  The  Oakland 
Museum ;  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco.  Resides 
San  Francisco,  California. 


165.  William  Wolff;  SOUTH  BAY,  1974;  woodcut  (ed.  20),  24Vix  33' 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


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Louvina  Wong 


Bom  Kwangtung,  China,  1949.  Came  to  California  in  1970. 
Studied:  University  of  Nevada,  Reno;  San  Francisco  Art  Insti- 
tute. One- woman  exhibition:  California  Gallery,  San  Francisco, 
1976.  Group  exhibitions  include:  "M.I.X.  Graphics  11:  Draw- 


ings," San  francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1974;  "Surface  and 
Image,"  Walnut  Creek  Civic  Arts  Gallery,  1976;  Annual  San 
Francisco  Arts  Festival,  1976;  "Painting  and  Sculpture  Exhibi- 
tion," San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capricorn 
Asunder,"  1977;  "Works  by  Women  on  Paper,"  Woman's 
Building!  Los  Angeles,  1977.  Resides  San  Francisco,  California. 


166.  Louvina  Wong;  DRAWING  I,  1976;  charcoal  on  paper,  I4V2X  19^*".  Location:  2- A  Hallway. 


Rene  Yanez 

Born  Mexico,  1942.  Came  to  California  in  1954.  Studied:  San 
Francisco  Art  Institute,  1970;  Golden  Gate  College  (Arts  Ad- 
ministration), 1974.  Selected  group  exhibitions:  Galeria  de  la 
Raza,  San  Francisco,  1970-1976;  The  Oakland  Museum,  1971; 
San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art,  1972;  "Chicano  Art,"  Cal- 
ifornia State  Capitol,  Sacramento,  1975;  "Other  Sources: 
An  American  Essay,"  San  Francisco  Art  Institute,  1976; 
"CETA  Show,"  San  Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery,  "Capri- 


corn Asunder,"  1976 ;  Christmas  Art  Show,  San  Francisco  Mu- 
seum of  Modern  Art,  1977;  "The  Fifth  Sun:  Traditional  and 
Contemporary  Chicano  Art,"  University  Art  Museum,  Berke- 
ley, 1977;  "Dimensions  in  Color,"  Intersection,  San  Francisco, 
1978;  "Pachuco  Art,"  Galeria  de  la  Raza,  San  Francisco  and 
Eastlos  Gallery,  Los  Angeles,  1978;  Color  Xerox  Exhibition, 
Belgium,  1978.  Public  collection:  The  Oakland  Museum.  Re- 
sides San  Francisco,  California.  Director,  Galeria  de  la  Raza/ 
Studio  24,  San  Francisco,  1972  to  date. 


167.  Rene  Yanez 

BILLBOARD  PROJECT  *  ,  1976 
nine  color  xerox 
11  X  14" 

(No  photograph  available) 


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Children 's  Artwork 


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The  Collection 

Dimensions  are  in  inches.  In  general,  they  do  not  include  frame  or  mat  and  height  precedes  width  precedes  depth. 
Numbers  indicate  catalogue  number. 

The  first  number  following  the  location  of  each  work  indicates  the  floor  number  in  the  Medical  Center.  Works  missing 
from  the  Collection  are  indicated  by  an  asterisk  (*). 

1 .  Gloria  Cozzo  Adams  13.  Pauline  Blanc  25.  Rolando  Castellon 
THE  CITY  1976                                        CHINATOWN  1976  SACRIFICIAL  STONE* 

acrylic  and  ink  30  X  36"  watercolor  14"/2  x  22"  charcoal  and  acrylic  on  masonite  17x23" 

Location:  2-Conference  Room  I  Location:  2- A  Hallway 

26.  Rolando  Castellon 

2.  Sister  Adele  14.  Todor  Bodurov  WINDOWSCAPE  1976 
TRANSPARENT  WALL*  1976                       THE  FOREST  11*  acrylic  on  paper  17x223/4" 
color  photomontage  21x17"                           watercolor  30x40"  Location:  2-A  Hallway 


3.  Sister  Adele 
INTRIGUE  1973 
color  photomontage  15^/4  x  19" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 


15.  David  Bradford 
UNTITLED  1978 
charcoal  on  paper  22  x  19' 
Location:  2-A19 


27.  Philip  Chan 

DANCING  1957 

black  and  white  photograph  1 3'/2  x  10'/2' 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 


4.  Sister  Adele 
VORTEX  1976 

color  photomontage  26x39V2" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

5.  Sister  Adele 
FILIGREE  1976 

color  photomontage  14V2  x  19^/4" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

6.  William  Aiken 
MILTON  ST.  1977 
acrylic  on  canvas  48  x  48  " 
Location:  2-Al 

7.  John  Almond 

HOUSE  AND  TANK  1976 
watercolor  26^2  x  18^2" 
Location:  Main  Lobby 

8.  Lawrence  Andrews 
OLD  WOMAN  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  Y)V^  x  IAV2" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

9.  Ruth  Asawa 
UNTITLED  TIED 
WIRE  SCULPTURE  1965 
copper  and  bronze  32  x  30  x  10" 
Location:  1 -Emergency  Waiting  Room 

10.  Dennis  Beall 

ARS  MEDICUS  1974 

etching  and  silkscreen  (ed.  20)  22-1/8  x  22" 

Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

1 1 .  Bruce  Beasley 
UNTITLED  1978 

cast  acrylic  50  x  100  x  36" 

Location :  Fountain  Centerpiece  in  front  of 

Main  Entrance 

12.  Cleveland  Bellow 

THE  CONTINUATION  OF  A  CULTURE 
IS  REFLECTED  IN  ITS  ARTS  1974 
color  etching  (ed.  20)  24  x  20" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


16.  Frederick  Brayman 
LOOSENDER'S  LOST  SUMMER 
WEEKENDS  1976 

oil  58x1141/2" 

Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 

17.  Don  Brodeur 

PATIENT  CARE  TEAM  1977 
oil  on  canvas  60  x  80" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

18.  Joan  Brown 

NUDE  IN  STUDIO  1975 
acrylic  on  paper  36  x  24" 
Location:  2-A7 

19.  Kathan  Brown 

DOG  RUNNING  1972 

color  etching  (ed.  20)  24^/4x34" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

20.  Selma  Brown 

CHILDREN'S  MURAL  (left  side)  1977 
acrylic  on  wood  51  x  126" 
Location:  6-M66 

21.  Beniamino  Bufano 
MADONNA  (cover  photo) 

red  granite  and  mosaic  104x30x23" 
(set  on  concrete  pedestal  36"  high) 
Location:  Facing  22nd  Street  Approach 
to  Medical  Center 

22.  Francisco  Xavier  Camplis 
AMORENA  AMORINDIA  1976 
color  photograph  1 3  V2  x  1 9  V2 " 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

23.  Arthur  Carraway 
LANGUAGE  SERIES  XIV  1974 
gouache  and  conte  on  paper  26^/2  x  20' ' 
Location:  2- Administration 

24.  Arthur  Carraway 
LANGUAGE  SERIES  X  1973 
gouache  and  conte  on  paper  26^/2  x  18 V2" 
Location :  2-Administration 


28.  Richard  Allen  Clarke 

LA  SENORA  VIEJA  1977 
acrylic  30x30" 
Location:  6-Jl 

29.  Frederick  Comendant 
LINEMAN  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  14  x  11" 
Location:  2-Chapel  Hallway 

30.  Gerald  Concha 
Roof  Mural  1974 
mosaic  300x  120" 

Location:  3-Courtyard  (Mechanical  Building) 

31.  Gordon  Cook 

JAR  OF  FLOWERS  1973 

etching  (ed.  20)  25'/2  x  181/4" 

Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center 

32.  Oscar  de  Leon 

LA  VIRGEN  DE  LOS  LAGOS  1977 
ink  drawing  1 1 1/2  x  1 5 1/2 " 
Location:  2-A7 

33.  Angel  del  Valle 
SEMBRADORES  1  1974 

black  and  white  photograph  16x20" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

34.  Angel  del  Valle 
SEMBRADORES  II  1974 

black  and  white  photograph  15'/2  x  19'/2" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

35.  Eleanor  Dickinson 
NEHEMIAH  1975 

pen  and  ink  on  paper  20  x  30" 
Location:  7-B 

36.  James  Dong 
UNTITLED  1974 

silkscreen  (ed.  20)  20-1/8x26-1/8" 
Location :  1  -and  throughout  Medical  Center 


37.  Yasuhiro  Esaki 
LEAF  DRAWING  #4 
prismacolor  pencil  on  paper  22  x  30" 
Location:  7-A 

38.  Melvyn  Ettrick 
TRANSPORT  1976 

ink  and  watercolor  on  paper  1 3  V4  x  1 8  V2 " 
Location:  7-B 


48.  Mary  Fuller 

DOS  LIONES  1974 

cast  stone  aggregate  72  x  72' ' 

Location:  3-Courtyard  between  A  &  C 

49.  Gale  Fulton-Ross 
MY  BASKET  1978 
charcoal  and  color  pencil 
on  paper  1 7    x  1 1  y2 " 
Location:  7-B 

50.  Aparicio  Gil 
CANDLE  SHOP  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  I2V2  x  18^/4' ' 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria 


5 1 .  James  Gorman 
KID'S  SKATE  1974 
serigraph  (ed.  20)  26  x  40" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

52.  Maria  Goya 

WINTER  IN  THE  BRIAR  WOODS  1976 
watercolor  21  x  29" 
Location:  2-A5 


61.  WallyHedrick 

EARLY  DUTCH  FLAT  1976 
oil  651/2  x65y2" 

Location:  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration 

62.  Carol  Heineman 

LITTLE  ORPHAN  ANNIE  ASTRIDE 

THE  WORLD  1974 

etching  (ed.  20)  281/2x203/4" 

Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 


64.  Ivars  Hirss 
OPPOSITES  1974 

color  etching  (ed.  20)  32  x  22-1/8" 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

65.  Sam  Horn 

NORTH  BEACH  CHINATOWN  1974 

etching  (ed.  20)  22^/4  x  30" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

66.  Blanche  Phillips  Howard 
FRAGMENTATION  1976 
bronze  repousse  41  x  106" 
Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 

67.  John  Langley  Howard 
IN  THE  BEGINNING 
(part  of  triptych)  1976 
tempera  23  x20'/2" 
Location:  2-A31 

68.  John  Langley  Howard 
RAPE  OF  THE  LAND 
(part  of  triptych)  1976 
tempera  26  x  4 1 " 
Location:  2-A31 

69.  John  Langley  Howard 
BACK  TO  NATURE 
(part  of  triptych)  1976 
tempera  23  x  20'/2" 
Location:  2-A31 

70.  Sandria  Ann  Hu 
ECOLOGICAL  MIRAGE  1974 

color  Hthograph  (ed.  20)  30-1/8  x  22^/2" 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

71.  Margo  Humphrey 
BORN  AGAIN  1974 

color  lithograph  (ed.  20)  16-1/8  x  221/4" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

72.  Jean  Hyson 
HUBRIS  1976 

acrylic  23-7/8x19-7/8" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

73.  John  Ihle 

DEJEUNER  AU  BORD  DE  LA  MER  197 
color  photo  etching  (ed.  20)  28  x  IIW 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

74.  Beverly  Jaeger 
HERMAN  1976 
oil  18'/2x32" 
Location:  2-Bl 

75.  Randy  James 
UNTITLED  1976 
photogram  151/4x191/4" 
Location:  2-A  Hallway 

76.  Bill  Jefferson 

CASTRO  STREET  SCENE  1976 
ink  on  illustration  board  20  x  26" 
Location:  7-A  Group  Room 


63.  Hisako  Hibi 

AUTUMNAL  1976 
oil  32  x  37" 
Location:  1-C32 


39.  Melvyn  Ettrick 
NUBIAN  SUITE  #3  1976 

acrylic  and  watercolor  on  paper  301/4  x  22i/2 
Location:  7-B 

40.  Charles  Griffin  Farr 

ROCKS  AND  STREAM*  1972 
oil  30x40" 

41.  Alan  Che  Mah  Fong 
WATER  VILLAGE*  1976 
watercolor  25  x  21 1/2" 

42.  Howard  Reed  Foote 
REN  A  1974 

etching  (ed.  20)  27  x  35" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

43.  Patricia  Tobacco  Forrester 
MONTEREY  PINE,  LATE 
AFTERNOON  1976 

oil  36x481/4" 
Location :  2-A  1 1 


53.  Richard  Graf 

GENTLE  UNICORN  1974 
"     color  lithograph  (ed.  20)  21  x  30-1/8'  ' 

Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

54.  Stanley  Greene 
UNTITLED  (WOMAN  IN  A 
WHEELCHAIR)  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  I31/4  x  I71/4" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

55.  Stanley  Greene 
UNTITLED  (POSTAL  LADY) 

black  and  white  photograph  I31/4  x  I71/4" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 


56.  Patrick  Hansen 

THE  OLD  RIVER  SHACK* 

photograph  16x20" 


1976 


44.  WiUiam  Frej 
INCA  TRAIL*  1976 
photograph  16x18" 

45.  William  Frej 
LAKE  TITICACA*  1976 
photograph  16x18" 

46.  Gustl  French 
EASTSIDE  STORY  1974 
color  etching  (ed.  20)  22i/4  x  19' ' 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

47.  Sekio  Fuapopo 
MY  DELIGHT  1977 
oil  pastel  on  paper  24x30" 
Location:  7-A 


57.  Theresa  Harned 

TREES:  GREAT  HIGHWAY  1976 
ink  and  watercolor  IO1/4  x  71/2" 
Location:  5-G8 


58.  Rob  Harper 

TRIPTYCH:  CHARLES  "SPEED" 
HOLMAN  SERIES  1975 
acrylic  46x46" 
Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 

59.  Walt  Hartlage 

DOG  IN  NEWSTAND  1976 
black  and  white  photograph  8x8" 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria 

60.  Sachi  Tsutsumi  Hay  ward 
LAKE  1974 

color  etching  (ed.  20)  30  x  24" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 


77.  Marie  Johnson 

SAN  FRANCISCO  FAMILY  CIRCLE  197^ 
bas-relief,  wood  construction  and 
mixed  media  bas  relief  72  x  72' ' 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

78.  Karl  Kasten 
LUCKY  WAY  1974 
coUograph  (ed.  20)  22i/4x30" 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

79.  David  Kessler 
REFLECTED  OBSERVER  1975 
color  pencil  38  x  25  " 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

80.  Robert  Kingsbury 
PHOENLX  1969 
laminated  redwood  94  x  36" 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria 

81.  Dale  Kistemaker 
THE  CONSERVATORY  1975 
black  and  white  photograph  AV2  x  18" 
Location:  2-A5 

82.  Dale  Kistemaker 
DUNES— DEATH  VALLEY  1976 
black  and  white  photograph  4^2x18" 
Location:  1-X57 

83.  Toby  Judith  Klayman 
SANJI  1972 
serigraph  a/p  36  x  36" 
Location:  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration 

84.  Toby  Judith  Klayman 
DREAM  HOUSE  1972 
serigraph  37/70  24x39" 
Location :  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration 

85.  Toby  Judith  Klayman 
CHARLIE  1972 
serigraph  32/113  I81/2  x  I81/2 
Location:  2- A  Hallway 

86.  Toby  Judith  Klayman 
FISH  AND  FLOWER  1972 
serigraph  42/78  25x29" 
Location:  2- A  Hallway 

87.  Freda  Koblick 
Acrylic  Screen  1977 
96x96x2" 

Location :  Out  Patient  Lobby 

88.  Lawrence  Compton  Kolawole 
PARIS  YELLOW  1974 
serigraph  10/14  32  x  24" 
Location:  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration 

89.  Lawrence  Compton  Kolawole 
BLUE'S  DREAM  1974 
serigraph  17/17  32x24" 
Location :  2-A  Hallway 


90.  Ray  Lauzzana 

)  THE  LAST  OF  THE  UNREALISTS  1974 
color  etching  on  plexiglass  (ed.  20)  21  x  27" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

91.  Ray  Lauzzana 

KEEP  ON  COIN'  (SALINAS,  CA.)  1976 
oil  on  canvas  48  x  48" 
Location:  Out  Patient  Lobby 

92.  James  Thomas  Lawrence 
BRAIDING  RITUAL  1977 
prismacolor,  pencil,  wash  20  x  15" 
Location:  2-A15 

93.  Elisa  Leptich 

HIGH  SIERRA  SUNSET  1976 
oil  on  canvas  42  x  48  " 
Location :  2-Conference  Room  I 

94.  Carlos  Loarca 
Untitled  Mural  1974 
mosaic  96x240" 

Location:  3 -Courtyard  (Mechanical  Building) 

95.  Carlos  Loarca 

Connecting  Mural  Bands  1977 

mosaic  32  x  144"  (each) 

Location:  3 -Courtyard  (Mechanical  Building) 

96.  Carlos  Loarca 

FLOWERING  SHAPE  TO  COLOR  1978 
acrylic  on  paper  30  x  22" 
Location:  7-A 

97.  Donald  Longanecker 
CREW  CHANGE 

black  and  white  photograph  20  x  24' ' 
Location :  2-Chapel  Hallway 

98.  Donald  Longanecker 
MOWER  1959 

black  and  white  photograph  14x11" 
Location:  2-Chapel  Hallway 

99.  Donald  Longanecker 
HIGH  UP  1975 

black  and  white  photograph  16x20" 
Location :  2-Chapel  Hallway 

100.  Ralph  Maradiaga 

EL  SOL  NUNCA  MUERE  1973 
color  serigraph  27/75  24  x  21^2" 
Location :  2-Hallway  between  Cafeteria 
and  Administration 

101.  Masachi  Matsumoto 
THREE  DOORS  1978 
acrylic  on  board  12  x  20" 
Location:  7-B 

102.  Robert  McManus 
INTERNATIONAL  TRADEMARK  1976 
watercolor  22  x  30" 

Location:  G-Q3 

103.  AlexMcMath 
BUCOLIC  FUGHT  #2 
pen  and  ink  30  x  22 V2 
Location:  7-B 


104.  John  Douglas  Mercer 
UNTITLED  1  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  10x12" 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria 

105.  John  Douglas  Mercer 
UNTITLED  n  1976 

black  and  white  photograph  10  x  12" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

106.  Mansaku  Minashima 
UNTITLED  III  1976 
oil  46x46" 

Location:  1 -Emergency  Entrance 

107.  Arthur  Monroe 
ANCESTRAL  COIN  1970 

ink  and  paper  on  board  48  x  48" 
Location:  Building  1,  Room  148D 

108.  Robert  Moon 
LOCHNESS  1974 
lithograph  (ed.  20)  22y4  x  30" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

109.  David  Moore 

WILD  MUSTANG  IN  THE 

GRAND  CANYON  1974 

color  lithograph  (ed.  20)  22'/4  x  16" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

110.  Victor  Moscoso 
METAMORPHOSIS  1974 

hand  colored  lithograph  (ed.  20)  30  x  22" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

111.  Luis  Alonso  Munoz 
REPOSE  1976 

wood  carving  24  x  3  5  " 
Location:  2-Al 

112.  Junko  Nakamura 
COMBING  WOMAN  1976 
oil  37x34" 

Location:  2 -Conference  Room  I 

113.  Kenjilo  Nanao 
DAY  PLANT  1974 

color  lithograph  (ed.  20)  20y2  x  26" 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 

114.  Eileen  Frances  Nelson 
SICKLE  CELL  ANEMIA  1975 
mixed  media  48  x  48  " 
Location:  2-A6 

115.  Ruby  Newman 

CHILDREN'S  MURAL  (right  side)  1977 
acrylic  on  wood  51  x  126" 
Location:  6-M66 

116.  Arthur  Okamura 
TURTLE  1976 

sand,  enamel,  prismacolor  19'/2  x  25" 
Location:  2-AlO 


117.  Tomiko  Okamura 
WINTER  LANDSCAPE  1976 
watercolor  22  x32" 
Location:  2-B7 

118.  Hajime  Okubo 

VIVA  CALIFORNIA  (LANDSCAPE)  1976 
oil  27  x32y4" 
Location:  1-N15 

119.  Hajime  Okubo 
KEFS  BAPTISM  1978 
watercolor  on  paper  14x21" 
Location:  7-B 

120.  Emmy  Lou  Packard 

MORNING  IN  THE  VALLEY  1974 
linoleum  cut  (ed.  20)  26  x  4IV2" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

121.  Leroy  Wheeler  Parker 
LANDSCAPE  (COLOR 
CELEBRATION)  1977 
watercolor  on  paper  30x22" 
Location:  7- A  Group  Room 

122.  Gary  Paterson 
OAKLAND  STROKE  1975 
acrylic  34x40" 
Location:  2 -Conference  Room  III 

123.  Robbie  Plays 
POWER  SHIELD  1978 
pencil  drawing  9x8" 
Location:  2 -Conference  Room  II 

124.  Robbie  Plays 
ELKTOOTH  1978 
charcoal  on  paper  24  x  14" 
Location:  7- A 

125.  George  Post 
ALBION  1976 
watercolor  17V2  x  23V2" 
Location:  2-A5 

126.  Gilbert  Precivale 
UNTITLED* 

acrylic  and  ink  on  plexiglass  24  x  30" 

127.  Raimondo  Puccinelli 
AMERICAN  BISON-BUFFALO  1974 
porterville  diorite  32  x  24  x  12" 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria  Patio 

128.  Elizabeth  Quandt 
TEA  IN  THE  GARDEN  1974 
etching  (ed.  20)  22V2  x  15" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

129.  Eleanor  Rappe 
RAINBOW  TOWER  1974 
color  etching  (ed.  20)  29-7/8  x  22'/4" 
Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

130.  Barbara  Rees 
BLUE  MOUNTAIN  1976 
mixed  media  48'/2  x  39" 
Location:  2-Conference  Room  III 


131 


132. 


133 


134. 


135. 


Fred  Reichman 

MOUNTAIN  IRIS  AT  TIOGA 

JUNCTION  1976 

oil  471/4x343/4" 

Location :  2-Conference  Room  I 

James  Edward  Reid 
MOOD  OF  A  BASS  PLAYER  1976 
conte  on  illustration  board  24  x  18" 
Location:  2-A19 


Harry  Richardson 

THE  GREAT  BLUE  HERON  1974 
stainless  steel  with  cast  stone  90  x  48  x  18" 
Location :  4-Terrace  between  A  &  C 

148, 

Michael  Rios 
Untitled  Mural  1974 
mosaic  96  x  240" 

Location:  3  Courtyard  (Mechanical  Building) 

149 

Peter  Rodriguez 
APRIL  PLACE  m  1976 
oil  on  canvas  40  x  42" 
Location:  2-Conference  Room  III 


136. 


Takami  Sakurai 
KA03*  1976 
oil  24  X  30"  (approx.) 

137.  Takami  Sakurai 
HADAKA  NO  ON  NA  1976 
oil  46'/4x36'/4" 
Location :  2-Conference  Room  III 

138.  Dean  Santner 
ROCKING  SERPENT  1976 
laminated  wood  28  x  41  x  16" 
Location:  6-A  Day  Room 

139.  Jacques  Schnier 
DANCE  OF  THE  CUBES  1975 
polychrome  fiberglass  150  x  63  x  54' 
Location:  2 -Cafeteria  Patio 

140.  Stephanie  Ingram  Scott 
SUMMER  FLOWERS  1974 
etching  (ed.  20)  27'/4x22" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

141.  Raymond  Sells 
TERRESTRIAL  FLOWER  1976 
laminated  wood  60"  diam.  x  28" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

142.  Louis  Siegriest 
DISTANT  PEAKS  1976 
mixed  media  3  5  '/4  x  48  " 
Location:  2- A  11 

143.  Louis  Siegriest 
DESERT  WASH  1976 
mixed  media  48  x  48" 
Location:  2-A6 


145.  James  Bruce  Southard 
WASH  DAY  1974 

etching  (ed.  20)  28^/4  x  22^/4" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

146.  Calvin  Tondre 
LOSMESES  1976 

India  ink  on  paper  1 5  V4  x  1 1  " 
Location:  7-B 

147.  Paul  Tracy 
BUFANO  c.  1968 
black  and  white  photograph  14x11" 
Location:  2-Chapel  Hallway 

Paul  Tracy 

SHRIMP  COOKER  1968 
black  and  white  photograph  11  x  14" 
Location:  2-Chapel  Hallway 

Paul  Tracy 

WATCH  MAKER  1976 
black  and  white  photograph  11  x  14" 
Location:  2-Chapel  Hallway 

150.  Kazuhiro  Tsuruta 
SACRAMENTO  DELTA  1976 
black  and  white  photograph  8  x  12" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

151.  Kazuhiro  Tsuruta 
VADA'S  MOTEL  SIGN: 
EVERY  CONVENIENCE  1976 
black  and  white  photograph  8x12" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 


152.  Beth  Van  Hoesen 

CALISTOGA  PETRIFIED  TREE  1974 
color  etching  (ed.  20)  26  x  22'/4" 
Location:  l  and  throughout  Medical  Center 


153. 


154. 


155. 


156. 


Carlos  Villa 

MY  CAT  PURRING  1978 
watercolor  and  feathers  on  paper 
Location:  2-A25 


12x  17" 


Manuel  Villamor 
Untitled  Mural  1974 
mosaic  96  x  240" 

Location:  3-Courtyard  (Mechanical  Building 


Manuel  Villamor 
MAYAN  THEMES 
oil  52x48" 
Location:  2-A6 


1976 


Kim  Kieu  Vuong 

CHERRY  BLOSSOM*  1976 

Chinese  ink  1 3  V2  x  27  " 


157.  Gerald  Walburg 
LOOP  IV  1974 
corten  steel  120  x  300  x  96" 
Location :  Landscaped  area  off  Potrero  Avem 


144.  Angelo  Sottosanti 

WOMAN  OF  OAXACA' 
gouache  30  x  241/2" 


1940 


158.  Charles  Ware 

UNICORN  1976 
prismacolor  pencil  and  charcoal  on 
board  26^/2  x  I81/2" 
Location:  2-Al 


159.  Stan  Washburn 
FOREST  SCENE  1976 
ink  on  paper  25  x  17" 
Location :  Main  Lobby 

160.  Marvin  Wax 

SALT  FLATS  #2  1975 
color  photograph  7x11" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

161.  Marvin  Wax 

SALT  FLATS  #1  1975 
color  photograph  7x11" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

162.  Tony  Williams 
^/IBRANT#6*  1975 
acrylic  on  canvas  30  x  30' 


163.  Susan  Elizabeth  WiUson 
BRAZIUAN  MARKET  1976 
color  photograph  8  x  10" 
Location:  2-Cafeteria 

164.  John  Winkler 

GULLS  FEEDING  1972 

etching  (ed.  20)  19'/4  x  I5V2" 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

165.  William  Wolff 
SOUTH  BAY  1974 
woodcut  (ed.  20)  241/2  x  33  " 

Location:  1-and  throughout  Medical  Center 

166.  Louvina  Wong 
DRAWING  I  1976 

charcoal  on  paper  14V2  x  19^/4" 
Location :  2-A  Hallway 


167.  Rene  Yanez 

BILLBOARD  PROJECT*  1976 
nine  color  xerox  11  x  14" 

168.  Haight  Ashbury  Children's  Center 
12  Poster  Color  Paintings 

Location:  4-E  Burn  Unit,  6- A  Hallway, 
M  Hallway,  G3 

169.  Iraya  Robles,  4  years  old 
Crayon  Drawing 
Location:  6-M  Hallway 


Exp/anattom 

The  former  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Art  is  now  the  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Mod- 
ern Art. 

The  former  Oakland  Art  Gallery /Oakland  Art  Museum  is  now  The  Oakland  Museum. 

A  group  of  eight  reproductions  of  historical  Chinese  bronze  sculptures,  located  in  the 
third  floor  courtyard,  fourth  floor  terrace  and  seventh  floor  patio  are  also  included  in  the 
Medical  Center  collection,  but  are  not  part  of  the  Art  Enrichment  Program. 


Printing :  Diego's  Printing  Company,  San  Francisco 


Ackno  wledgments 

special  acknowledgment  is  due  to  the  following  people,  whose  assistance  and  dedicated  expenise 
have  contributed  to  the  realization  of  this  Collection : 

The  special  Accessions  Committee:  Thomas  Albright,  Art  Critic,  San  Francisco  Chronicle; 
Alexander  Fried,  former  Art  Critic,  San  Francisco  Examiner;  Hector  Gonzales,  Photographer; 
Victor  Honig,  Collector;  Henry  Hopkins,  Director,  San  Francisco  Museum  of  Modern  Art; 
Victor  Torres,  Architect/ Associate  Director,  Stone,  Marraccini  &  Patterson;  Dr.  Hibbard  Wil- 
liams, former  Chief,  Medical  Services,  San  Francisco  General  Hospital  Medical  Center;  Claire 
Wray,  UCSF  News  Services  Representative /Public  Relations  Consultant,  San  Francisco  General 
Hospital  Medical  Center. 

Former  members  of  the  Art  Commission's  Visual  Arts  Committee :  Ruth  Asawa,  Anita  Martinez 
and  Antonio  Sotomayor. 

Current  members  of  the  Visual  Arts  Committee :  Evangeline  J.  Montgomery,  Chairperson ; 
Alfred  Frankenstein  and  Patricia  Ann  Carlisle. 

The  following  members  of  the  San  Francisco  General  Hospital  Medical  Center  staff :  Dr.  Walter 
Coulson,  Associate  Dean  and  Medical  Director;  Gregory  Price,  former  Special  Assistant  to  the 
Executive  Administrator;  Charles  Windsor,  Executive  Administrator. 

Officers  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco :  Dr.  Francis  J.  Curry,  former  Director  of  Public 
Health;  Joseph  Gavin,  Purchaser;  Thomas  J.  Mellon,  former  Chief  Administrative  Officer; 
Joseph  Mignola,  Assistant  Director  of  Public  Health. 

Carlos  Loarca,  Mosaicist  and  Assistant  Preparator  for  the  Collection ;  Robert  Jarvis,  Mosaic  Setter. 

Members  of  the  Art  Commission  staff:  Joan  Ellison,  Assistant  Director;  Maggie  Parente, 
Office  Manager. 

Particular  recognition  accorded  to  Lamar  Leland,  Registrar,  for  her  biographical  research  and 
assistance  with  many  details  of  the  catalogue  layout ; 

David  Ng,  Conservator,  for  his  technical  expertise  and  the  installation  of  the  Collection ; 
Philip  Chan,  F.R.P.S.,  for  the  majority  of  photographis  included  in  this  catalogue. 

Elio  Benvenuto 

Visual  Arts  Programs  Director, 
Technical  Director  for  the  Collection 


The  Human  Communication  .  .  . 
and  Conclusion 


One  of  the  most  rewarding  aspects  of  the  2%  Ordinance  governing  the  Art  Enrichment 
Program  is  the  total  visual  result  when  gathered  within  a  building  of  a  specific  nature,  such  as 
the  new  Medical  Center. 

The  quality  factor  is  instrumental  in  indicating  the  historical  and  aesthetic  pulse  of  a  region, 
in  this  instance,  the  greater  Bay  Area,  In  the  past  ten  years,  several  San  Francisco  buildings  have 
fulfilled  the  dreams  of  a  few  enlightened  bureaucrats  whose  humanistic  leanings  were  not  lost 
in  the  "shuffling  of  paper."  The  result  has  been  rewarding  to  untold  numbers  of  visitors  and  City 
workers  alike,  dealing  with  the  daily  official  business  of  the  City  and  its  environs. 

The  mores  of  a  society  are  as  variable  as  the  complexity  of  the  economic  structures  and  laws 
governing  the  same  "people."  There  have  been  times  of  aesthetic  scarcity  and  times  of  a  profusion 
of  gifted  "happenings,"  such  as  the  present  era.  When  all  is  taken  into  consideration  in  the  rainbow 
of  the  last  century,  San  Francisco  has  been  since  its  inception  a  very  rich  and  generous  art  conscious 
locale,  supported  by  a  large  and  appreciative  citizenry. 

Various  personalities  in  the  art  field  have  given  of  their  talent  and  expertise  in  selecting  the 
works  of  art,  and  the  staff  of  various  City  agencies  have  contributed  love-labor  towards  this  en- 
deavor. In  carrying  out  its  mandate,  the  Art  Commission  is  particularly  grateful  to  all  the  artists, 
whose  genius  is  "  forever"  impressed  on  the  walls  and  open  spaces  of  this  special  Citadel. 

It  is  to  all  the  above-mentioned  that  I  direct  the  sense  of  my  esteem  and  appreciation  for  the 
enjoyable  task  of  presenting  this  Collection.